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Friday 23 March 2018 | Fr Jack McLain SJ
The Power of a Story
This week I’ve spent a large part of my time conducting interviews with people who want to become part of the Saint Ignatius’ College community. It’s always interesting listening to the impressions of very young men about who they think we are and comparing that with my own lived experience of the College. They tend see the external things, which is only fair, since very few of them have seen our lives from the inside.
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Friday 10 November 2017 | Dr Paul Hine
In The Aftermath: ‘Men For Others’
Last weekend I was reminded of the impact of Jesuit education when I met up with Peter Marley (OR2015) in Shanghai, as part of Riverview in Asia. Peter was one of those quiet achievers who worked industriously throughout his secondary schooling but never won subject prizes, was not nominated to leadership roles, nor secured sporting premierships in the school’s premier teams.
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Friday 27 October 2017 | Dr Paul Hine
Late last week, Sydney’s 76 days without rain, thankfully, came to a close. The earth drank deeply of the moisture, as did the parched landscapes that have become denuded from the fringes of grass that lined their periphery, along with the trees and shrubs that have been bent and shrivelled from dehydration over a protracted period.
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