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This Christmas, remember the little baby who lay in the crib

FEW readers of The Catholic Leader would recognise the name Br John Henry Shepherd. John Henry was a Christian Brother from New Zealand. Back in the early 1990s he travelled to Melbourne to learn about Edmund Rice Camps. Upon his return to Dunedin he established these holiday camps for children from difficult life situations. John Henry was dearly loved by ... Read More »

Edmund Rice schools crafting student leaders to be ‘prophets of hope’ for future generations

CHRISTIAN Brothers associated schools from around Australia, and one school from New Zealand, sent their finest leaders to Brisbane for a three-day intensive workshop on student leadership. The conference, run by Edmund Rice Education Australia, brought fifty-four students together at St James, Spring Hill on Wednesday, January 16. The students spent the next two days of the conference at St ... Read More »

High school dream now reality with senior classes open at Ambrose Treacy College

New Ambrose Treacy College senior school

BOYS from the only Catholic boys’ college in Brisbane’s western suburbs are finally becoming men with the addition of a senior school. The first Year 11 cohort at Ambrose Treacy College, Indooroopilly, have walked through their new building designed to cater for the school’s growing numbers. They will also be the first boys to graduate from the college, which opened ... Read More »

Principals of schools formerly run by Christian Brothers apologise to student victims and survivors of sexual abuse

Apology

PRINCIPALS of Catholic schools have apologised to survivors and victims of sexual abuse inflicted on students at their schools. Edmund Rice Education Australia led a “National Ritual of Apology” for victims of historic abuse at schools run by the Christian Brothers. Those schools include Brisbane’s St Joseph’s Nudgee College; St Laurence’s College; and St James College. EREA has responsibility for ... Read More »

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