Liturgy and prayer are an important part of the life of our College community. They are at the heart of Christian life, as modelled by Jesus himself who often took time out to pray and reflect on his mission. We are called to do the same.
Whole College masses are celebrated once a term, and each year level celebrates a mass together during the course of the year. Other significant events throughout the year, such as Ash Wednesday, Lent, Easter, and Anzac Day, also allow our College community to gather, reflect, stand in solidarity with others, and pray. Assemblies, year level meetings, and Pastoral Care classes all feature prayer at their core.
This rich tradition of our Catholic school incorporates music, symbols and actions, and students are encouraged to participate in the organisation and presentation of the liturgies and prayer services in order to develop their own spirituality, as well as grow in confidence in themselves and their gifts.
Our College chapel is a sacred space that provides students and staff with a quiet space to engage in contemplation, prayer and reflection. This space is also used for reconciliation and class liturgies.
Students are also invited to participate in two lunchtime prayer groups where students have the opportunity to share their faith and explore biblical themes.