The Catholic Archdiocese of Perth and Catholic Education Western Australia have last month gathered to jointly launch their respective Modern Slavery Statements.
A Night to Shine event, was a night to remember for 180 Trinity College students who were accompanied by the women who raised them, at the Optus Stadium on 5 August.
Building well-rounded young leaders equipped with Gospel teaching, was at the forefront of the recent Young Justice Leaders Forum (YJLF), that gained participation from 140 Catholic secondary school students (14 schools) from Years’ 9 and 10 from across the Archdiocese of Perth. By Amanda Murthy.
Three of Australia’s Olyroos Olympic soccer squad hailing from Sydney and have attended neighbouring Catholic schools. Goalkeepers Jordan Holmes and Tom Glover went to Aquinas Catholic College in suburban Menai, while midfielder Cameron Devlin attended St Patrick’s College in suburban Sutherland. It is believed to be the first time three players had made a national squad from the same area of Sydney, known as The Shire. By Debbie Cramsie, CNS.
The community of St Joseph’s School in Northam celebrated 50 years since the amalgamation of two Catholic schools. The occasion was marked with a Mass and blessing of the building by Perth Archbishop Timothy Costelloe SDB. By Amanda Murthy.
The life of the late Dr Richard Vincent McSweeney who departed on 31 December 2020, will go down in history as a man who was largely dedicated to the Catholic Church, to Catholic Education and to helping others. By Amanda Murthy.