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Welcome to Edmund Rice Education Australia
Since 1872, Catholic Schools in the Edmund Rice Tradition have been educating young Australians in every state and territory. Edmund Rice Education Australia (EREA) aims to offer a Liberating Education, based on a Gospel Spirituality, within an Inclusive Community committed to Justice and Solidarity. We acknowledge and respect the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples of Australia as the Traditional Owners of the Country/ies of our schools and are inspired and nurtured by their wisdom and spirituality.
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EREA ANNUAL REPORT 2020

  We have realised that we are on the same boat, each of us in need of comforting the other… …

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THE RICEAN – SEMESTER ONE – 2021

The Magazine of EREA Australia

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Child Safeguarding
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Latest Message from Pope Francis
Let us all pray together for the sick, for the people who are suffering. I thank all Christians, all the men and women of good will who pray at this moment, in unison, whichever religious tradition they belong to.
Pope Francis (2020)
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A Call to Mission (Northern Region) October 27, 2021

Santa Teresa, Ormiston

A Call to Mission (Central West Region – Perth) October 27, 2021

Newman Siena, Doubleview

A Call to Mission (Northern Region) October 28, 2021

Santa Teresa, Ormiston

A Call to Mission (Central West Region – Perth) October 28, 2021

Newman Siena, Doubleview

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Congratulations to Year 12 student Phoenix Mitchell who has successfully passed his Dance Teachers Certificate Exam!

This is an extremely high achievement for someone of his age, and meant he needed to know the full syllabus by heart, give an anatomy speech and create his own choreography for each grade.

Phoenix has been instrumental in establishing an SPC Dance Crew this year, and was Dance Captain for our successful production of "The Addams Family". As Phoenix is keen to keep his connection to the college, we have already booked his services to assist with next year's Junior Musical and Dance Crew.

Currently, Phoenix is preparing for the second round of auditions for the Conservatorium of Music's competitive Music Theatre Degree. We wish you all the best Phoenix and can't wait to see you on stage at the Year 12 Graduation Evening!
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Year 11 students, Oscar Whyte, David Masaka, Cohen Ridgwell and Thomas Stubbs, opted to spend their evening serving the community with the Soup Patrol program.

Well done boys!
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A great resource from the Edmund Rice Centre to use in schools.HAVE YOU SEEN our latest school resource: COP26 and How You Can Make A Difference? This resource was developed by our Pacific Calling Partnership team specifically to help school students advocate for climate action prior to COP26. You can download the resource at: d3n8a8pro7vhmx.cloudfront.net/erc/pages/44/attachments/original/1631851678/School_Resource_for_PC... . Thank you for sharing with your networks.

ERA for Change
Australian Religious Response to Climate Change (ARRCC)
Edmund Rice Network Oceania
Edmund Rice Foundation Australia
Catholic Earthcare Australia
Edmund Rice Camps Nsw
Edmund Rice Education Australia
Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta
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A great resource from the Edmund Rice Centre to use in schools.
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