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His Eminence, John Cardinal Dew, Archbishop of Wellington, New Zealand, has made a brief visit to the Diocese of Parramatta Chancery ahead of his speaking engagements next week. Read more...
During the last week of Term 2, Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta schools took the opportunity to celebrate NAIDOC Week and take a deeper look at the 2019 theme for the annual event - Voice, Treaty and Truth. Read more...
As part of Refugee Week, students in Year 5 and 6 at St Oliver’s Primary in Harris Park have been demonstrating their initiative and dedication to social justice by working alongside the Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) to advocate for refugees and asylum seekers. Read more...

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At the end of Term 3, the Student Representative Council (SRC) at St Bernadette’s Primary in Castle Hill put their heads together in an effort to raise money for Muscular Dystrophy research, deciding that a dress-up day could be the answer that they were looking for. Read more...

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Holy Spirit Primary St Clair got into the “spirit” of being entrepreneurial in a bid to support the people of Myanmar for Mission Week, and raised $2150! Read more...

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A group of 16 dedicated students and four teachers from St Patrick’s Marist College, Dundas had the immersion experience of a lifetime, travelling to India during the Term 3 school holidays. Read more...
Gilroy Catholic College, Castle Hill students served people in need with compassion when they held their second annual food and toiletries drive for Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS). Read more...
While Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta (CEDP) takes pride in its innovative approach to learning, student mental health and wellbeing is also a top priority. Read more...
Surrounded by her entire family and school community, St Agnes High School Year 11 student Vai Mauia took part in the Leukaemia Foundation World’s Greatest Shave. In a show of solidarity, Vai’s mum, Manufala Gearman, got in on it too and had her hair shaved. Read More...

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Students and staff at Our Lady of the Angels have chosen to try and epitomise the word ‘Dignity’ in their mission to reach out to others in need this festive season. Read more...

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