Friday 21 January 2022

. . . we must strive to do the ordinary things exceedingly well.
- Catherine McAuley

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Thursday 16 December 2021

We are pleased to provide the following infographic highlighting our 2021 VCE results. ​The College is extremely proud of our students and staff for their perseverance and for their positive and dedicated approach to the year.

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Friday 3 December 2021

As we prepare for Christmas let us remember the promise of hope and possibility that the birth of Christ still holds for us today.

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Friday 26 November

'This Sunday, we enter into the Advent season carrying with us both the blessings and burdens of this year in hopeful anticipation of new birth. We celebrate a new birth, a new life, and a new light from which we can move forward.'
- Jan Richardson

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Friday 19 November

'Try to view passing events as you will in a year hence, or as if they had happened a year ago.'
- Catherine McAuley

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Friday 12 November

'Though we may be far apart, in prayer we stand together as one community of Mercy. We look to the future of Mercy with hope.' - Mercy News 10 November 2021

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Friday 5 November

The memories of those we have loved come back to us in the evening of our life. It is well to gather a treasure of these memories, for all love is external.
- Vincent Van Gogh

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Friday 29 October

If 2020 and 2021 has taught us nothing else it has reinforced that education is more than just schooling - it is a lifelong process through which a learner constantly drives their own development. Education - like learners themselves needs to be holistic, dynamic, responsive, open to new ideas and perspectives.

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Friday 22 October

'Consult not your fears, but your hopes and your dreams. Think not about your frustrations, but about your unfulfilled potential. Concern yourself not with what you have tried and failed in, but what it is still possible to do. Now is the time to put aside past and present setbacks and failures and look with confidence to a new day called tomorrow.'
- Pope John XXII

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Friday 15 October 2021

From this crisis we can come out better or worse. We can slide backward, or we can create something new. - Pope Francis

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Friday 8 October 2021

Let us recognise the rights of girls and also the problems they face around the globe to give them a better life, a better future'. Monday 11 October is the International Day of the Girl Child. This day recognises girls’ rights and the unique challenges girls face around the world.

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Friday 1 October 2021

It requires courage and patience to slow down and accept there may be more ways than one to achieve our goals. - Source unknown

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Friday 17 September 2021

We must allow God’s gentle touch to lead us forward, into a future we cannot yet see.
- Feast Day of our Lady of Mercy - Opening Doors to an Emerging Future

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Friday 10 September 2021

To have hope, is to begin as many times as necessary.
- Charles Borromeo, Honuras

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Wednesday 8 September 2021

Principal's Update to Families and Students

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Friday 3 September 2021

'To be truly merciful, we must sometimes become defenceless, powerless, like the poor we serve.’
- Mercy ENews

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Friday 27 August 2021

The simplest and most practical lesson I know is to be good today but better tomorrow. Let us take one day only in hand at a time, merely making a resolve for tomorrow. Thus we may hope to get on - taking short careful steps, not great strides. - Catherine McAuley

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