Speaking at the Catholic Education Western Australia Commissioning and Acknowledgement of System Leaders Mass, Friday 17 November, at the Chapel of St Michael the Archangel, Leederville, Archbishop Costelloe emphasised to the teachers and principals present, the need to be faithful to the high ideals of our Christian faith.
The 2023 Advent Reflection on Modern Slavery on 2 December promises to be a beautiful and inspiring evening of readings and music featuring tenor Paul O’Neill, organist Andrew Brown and the St Elizabeth of the Trinity Choir conducted by Emma Oorschot.
New John XXIII College Principal Daniel Mahon commitment to Catholic education is unwavering, and he has a deep affinity for Ignatian spirituality, which echoes the school’s faith focus on bringing each student to an awareness of God’s presence in all things.
As part of Archbishop Costelloe’s 2023 LifeLink Day for Primary Schools initiative, students were invited to create a collage that visually expressed their learning and educational experience resulting from LifeLink Day.
St George’s Cathedral Art is a premier annual art education event in Western Australia, attracting entries from all school sectors across Western Australia with 5 entry categories. Year 11 Corpus Christi College student Ava Komnick has been named Overall Winner and People’s Choice Winner.
Mercy College’s recent production of Legally Blonde not only entertained but also inspired viewers with themes of self-belief, resilience, and breaking stereotypes, it also raised money for LifeLink.
Students from Kindergarten to Year 6 at Matthew Gibney Catholic Primary have this year worked with visual artist Carolyn White and her team to create a mosaic mural that represents many different aspects of the school’s location and faith heritage. The main feature of the mosaic is an illustration of the school’s patron, former Perth Bishop Matthew Gibney.
Speaking via videolink for the 2023 LifeLink Day for Primary Schools, Perth Archbishop Timothy Costelloe has last week told some 450 teachers, students and principals from Perth Primary Schools that Jesus is united with those people who for one reason or another who are not able to care for themselves.
The physics equipment was given to the Science Teachers’ Association of Western Australia (STAWA) so it could be recycled and given a new life with primary school students.