From the Rector, Fr Ross Jones SJ

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Friday 10 March 2017

In the Humanistic Tradition

When we speak about Jesuit education being a humanistic education, people’s eyebrows sometimes begin to knit. They look suspicious. That is because contemporary culture – indeed, the culture of a century or more – mostly thinks in terms of secular humanism. A humanism which is, more often than not, at odds with belief, with faith, with religion. Often aggressively so.
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From the Principal, Dr Paul Hine

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Friday 10 March 2017

Building Community

One of the five domains of the Strategic Directions 2015-2020 document that was developed two years ago focuses on the strength of community; one which has reciprocal interest and involvement in the educational program from the immediate and extended community of the College. The events of the past week have highlighted how rich and integrated that human fabric is and the common vision that exists in relation to key priorities and futures.
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