Our approach to education draws on the insights and practices of Benedictine spirituality and the story of the Good Samaritan, emphasising the values that support holistic living. Our students are encouraged to live out the practical Benedictine values of genuine community, compassion, effective listening and moral stability.
Through our faith, we connect to our world and build optimism, confidence and better futures. We provide religious education lessons that encourage our students to have a keen awareness of humanity’s search for meaning. We celebrate regular liturgies and prayer experiences that are relevant and engaging. Our curriculum is faith based, built on our college’s rich traditions, practical everyday spirituality and rules for living a good life. We also encourage our students to put their faith into practice by participating in homeless and disability outreach services, compassionate fundraising and connection and experience with the ministries of the Sisters of the Good Samaritan.
Religious literacy and faith formation aspire to challenge our students to live in the Gospel of Jesus Christ and become literate in the Catholic and broader Christian tradition so that they might participate critically and authentically in faith contexts and wider society.
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