As Jesus said to his disciples, “Follow me”, we are called to follow Jesus by his example.

It is easy to think that to be Christian means simply professing faith in Jesus. While this is a start, we know that faith requires action.


As a College, we strive to empower each person to realise that they are not only bearers of peace but people with the capacity and desire to make a positive difference in our world.

“God expects something from you. God wants something from you. God hopes in you. God comes to break down all our fences. He comes to open the doors of our lives, our dreams, our ways of seeing things. God comes to break open everything that keeps you closed in. He is encouraging you to dream. He wants to make you see that, with you, the world can be different. For the fact is, unless you offer the best of yourselves, the world will never be different.” Pope Francis, World Youth Day, Krakow 2016

Faith in Action permeates life at Catholic Regional College North Keilor. Students are immersed in the teachings of Jesus through their learning in Religious Education, Audeamus and Community Service.

Outside the classroom, students are guided by the College Faith Team, a student leadership group initiating projects of mercy and compassion.

Each member of our school community is called to bear witness to the gospel truths and values through their involvement in Social Justice initiatives and encouraged to live out His message of service in practical ways. As a College, we are committed to supporting charitable organisations including St Vincent de Paul, Caritas and Mercy Ships.

 

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