Faith and Mission
This week, we commenced our Lenten journey on Ash Wednesday, a time when we are marked with the symbol of the cross in ashes on our foreheads and are invited to “repent and be faithful to the Gospel”.
Lent is also a time to remember that we are ambassadors of Christ. It is a time when all Christians pause and reflect completely on how Christ became our Paschal Sacrifice and how we can figuratively speaking ‘climb into His wounded side’ to find healing, forgiveness and new life.
This year, may we all enter into Lent with our hearts open, embracing more fully the power of the Resurrection, so that we find new hope and encouragement to open our hearts as we respond to God’s grace and to lead others to do the same.
College Opening and Welcome Mass at St Patrick’s Cathedral Thursday 5 March
All families of Grade 5 Primary Students, Year 7 Students and College Leaders will have now received a formal letter, co‐signed by College Principal Mr Peter Houlihan and Deputy Principal – Faith and Mission Ms Rana Brogan outlining the details and expectations of the celebration evening at St Patrick’s Cathedral.
On Thursday 5 March, all students new to the College in Years 5 and 7, will be welcomed into the College with a special gift of induction to formally mark their entry into the College community.
Parents are asked to please arrive at the Cathedral no later than 6:00pm to ensure a prompt start to the Mass.
All 2020 College Leaders (Year 12 College Leaders, Holy Eucharist Captains, Tiverton Captains and Primary Captains), will also be commissioned into their respective roles and are required to be dressed in full winter uniform.
All other new students to the College (those in Years 5 and 7), are required to be dressed in full summer uniform.
Ms Rana Brogan
Deputy Principal – Faith and Mission