On Saturday evening (9th April) at St Patrick’s Cathedral, Matthew Kereama, David Lalor, Jacob Ridling, Mike Young and Salaam Iwaz were presented with their Leaders Badges at a Mass celebrated by Bishop Pat Dunn. Also in attendance were Vinnies Leaders from the 12 other Catholic Secondary Schools across Auckland, their families, supporters, teachers and other Vinnies Leaders from Tertiary Institutions.Read more ...
Rosmini College and Carmel College’s annual reenactment of the World Youth Day’s version of the Stations of the Cross was held at Takapuna’s St Joseph’s Church on Wednesday, 23rd March at 7pm.
We strive to follow Jesus’ teachings in our lives:
to love God above all else and to love others, to practice forgiveness and mercy, to care for the poor and helpless.
$5 for Fiji' Campaign a Great Success! Rosmini students raised just under $5000 for Fiji as a result of our special Mufti Day. A few people also donated to this cause online, bringing the total raised to $5036.20.We are delighted with this amount as our target was $5000. Many thanks for all you generous donors and for you parents who encouraged your boys to dig deep into their pockets for this worthy cause. Our school motto, 'Charity Fulfils the Law', is still alive and well!
Rosmini College has registered this year for Caritas Challenge.On April 9th, Rosmini hopes to run two events.
The first is a BASKETBALL-ATHON, which will take place in the Tom Gerrard Gymnasium (and possible the Old Gymnasiun as well if enough students register). This event will start at 8.00 am and will run through to 5.00 pm. Students will need to assemble at the Tom Gerrard Gymnasium at 7.45 am and wear appropriate gym shoes. They will then be organised into teams for this event.Read more ...