Scientia cum Religione is the College’s official publication, which brings together and showcases College news and events of students, ex-students and the wider St Vincent’s College community.
Scientia cum Religione Semester 1 2020
Welcome to the electronic version of Scientia cum Religione. At the time of writing this Semester 1 edition our attention was on the devastation of the Bush Fires. That now seems an eternity ago with the subsequent impact of COVID-19 on the whole world. I hope you find it consoling to read through the pages detailing the school year we commenced with such a commitment to "the service of the poor". We had no way of knowing how big a challenge the world was about to experience, and how poverty is an increasing reality for the many around the world who have lost their incomes so suddenly.
In this edition you will see events advertised that have had to be cancelled due to the new social restrictions. Check our website for updates.
We share with you the following articles:
- From the Principal
- From the Chair of the College Board
- Farewell to Rachel McLean
- The Fathering Project
- Staff Scholarship - Joseph Hekeik
- Warralong Immersion
- Class of 2019 Graduation
- Celebrating our 2019 HSC Results
- Support Through Faith - by College Co-Captains Mia Chaaya and Ellen Ebbs
- Meet published author, Lucy Brader
- Songwriting Gong for Jasmin Dale
- A New Perspective on the Concept of Drought - by 2019 Year 10 students Emily Mano, Sophie Welman and Molly Whitely
- Meet the Teacher - Catherine Johnson, Head of Performing Arts and Drama Teacher
- Foundation News - Supporter profile: Patricia Rolfe/The Gift of Trust/Foundation Thanksgiving Evening
- 2019 Spring Fair
- From the Ex-Students' Union President
- Memorabilia Donations / 2019 Reunions
- Where Are They Now? Alumnae Profile - Joanne McComiskey (nee Brown), Class of 1977
- Alumnae News - Condolences/Babies/Congratulations
I wish you well during these most difficult times. St Vincent's College has endured many periods of uncertainty in its long history. We look forward to being back in full operation very soon.