faith and identity

Social Justice Statement

Social Justice Statement

We believe that we are all created in the image and likeness of God.

We believe in a Gospel Spirituality that is the foundation for all our relationships with others.

We believe in the principles of Catholic social justice: equity, access, dignity, participation and human rights.

We believe in Liberating Education and its power to provide awareness and opportunity for all members of society to build a better world.

We believe in an Inclusive Community which is accepting and welcoming, fostering right relationships and committed to the common good.

We believe we are called to action by the Church and by following the example set by Edmund Rice to "Give to the poor in handfuls".

We believe in stewardship of the environment, as we owe a duty of care to live in a safe, clean and healthy environment for present and future generations.

We believe in Indigenous Reconciliation and work for unity and solidarity with Indigenous people.

We believe in Justice and Solidarity and that we are called to work for peace, stand against injustice, support the poor and fight for a more just society.

We believe in the power of the whole College community – students, staff and families - to work as advocates for justice in society, and the responsibility on all to help those in need.