A project undertaken by students at St Mary’s College is helping to brighten up the day of motorists driving down the western end of Franklin Street in the city.
Ten Catholic school students, including three from Rostrevor College, have been named recipients of the prestigious SA Governor’s Excellence Awards for 2022.
It’s one of the most significant occasions in the life of a Catholic but when a group of five students from St Patrick’s Special School received the sacraments of Holy Communion and Confirmation it was an especially moving experience for all involved.
Students from St Augustine’s Parish School at Salisbury headed to the beach last month – some for the first time in their lives – to learn from local residents about the coastal habitat and the importance of ‘caring for our common home’.
A successful Emmaus Carnival Day was held in September to raise much-needed funds for the annual Catholic Charities Appeal.
Alive Catholic Early Learning at Hove hosted its first art exhibition in September, showcasing inquiry projects in arts and expression across the centre.
A group of students and staff from Cardijn College recently had a unique experience immersing themselves in a remote South Australian community with a focus on the Outback and local Indigenous peoples.
The Southern Cross and Catholic Education SA is calling for students in the Adelaide and Port Pirie dioceses to use their artistic skills to design Archbishop Patrick O’Regan’s 2022 Christmas card.
Cultural connections between young Nazareth students and their Aboriginal heritage have brought a native garden to life at Nazareth’s Findon Campus.
A new $10 million science and art centre and innovation hub at Mary MacKillop College, Kensington, has been given the go-ahead and will be named in honour of Father Julian Tenison Woods.
St Paul’s College community came together to celebrate the blessing of its new $7m St Mary of the Cross MacKillop building on November 3.