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What does “I am Catholic” mean for people today?

People become members of the Catholic Church when they are baptised as young children or when they choose to enter the Church for various reasons. Members of the Church have different understandings of what makes them Catholic. However, there is a common thread that binds all Catholics together – our basic beliefs and values.

Over the course of the year we will look at these beliefs and values, and how we express them in our everyday lives. Below are the first two beliefs that Catholics profess:

  • We believe in God who is our loving Father and creator. God’s love is limitless and overflows into our hearts and lives. God has created us out of His love that sustains and supports us daily.
  • We believe that God sent us His own beloved Son, Jesus Christ, who suffered, died and rose from the dead, to save us and offer us the gift of eternal life. We profess faith in the divinity of Jesus Christ, the son of God. Jesus is our Lord and Saviour, our Shepherd and King.

Over the next four weeks Rosmini College Religious Education Department ishaving its final Food Drive for the year for De Paul House.

Consequently the RE Department would appreciate offerings of a Christmas nature, if possible, but any kind of non-perishable food item is appreciated or gifts that could be donated for those children who may not be getting presents this year.

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    • Year 10 Retreats during the first two weeks of this term went very well. The Logos Youth Project did a great job running these retreats and the feedback from the students was excellent.
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Rosmini College’s annual Leavers’ Mass was held in the Tindall Auditorium on Friday, 30th October. Once the Mass concluded, and the Year 11 and 12 students returned to their classes, the departing Year 13 retired to the Auditorium to sign each other’s shirts. Rosmini College wishes them all the best for the future.

Message to Parents

“Your Mission Mr Phelps” …. Was always the opening line to a very popular 1960’s TV series called “Mission Impossible” and I often recall this title when I think about ‘How’ we can get our young people back to Mass.  I guess the easy answer is that we could start by taking them if we have gotten out of the habit of doing so.

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