Immersion experiences have introduce Marist North Shore students to the work of Marist communities in Australia and overseas.
While his mates attend schoolies celebrations at the end of the year, James Pelosi will travel to the poorest parts of the Philippines to volunteer with Marist charities.
Madelyn Whiting will graduate from Domremy College Five Dock next week having lived school life to the full.
With her inclusive nature and affinity for social justice, Rebekah El Khoury has left a quiet but distinct imprint on her community.
Primary students from 28 Sydney Catholic schools were inspired to do more to help those in need after attending a…
Bethlehem College Ashfield students have taken a strong and silent approach to raising awareness of the plight of refugees and asylum seekers.
While pilgrims journey to Europe for a deeper spirituality in the Year of Mercy, students and staff at St Vincent’s Catholic Primary Ashfield have found many ways to live and walk the path of Mercy at home.
St Michael’s Meadowbank student Zahlee,7, was crowned in a pageant that values charity and friendship over appearance.
Clancy Catholic College students have volunteered to tutor newly arrived refugee children for a fourth year.
Domremy College hosted a group of children from disadvantaged backgrounds for a day of fun activities on February 20.