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Our Faith

Values ingrained for life.

A Catholic education instils values that last well beyond the schooling experience – they’re ingrained for life.

Our Catholic culture underpins all that we do, and religious education extends beyond the classroom. Inspiring compassion, respect, integrity, and empathy, we develop confident servant leaders who instigate positive change in the world beyond themselves.

Nazareth is a place where God’s image is seen in everyone.

An environment built on loving relationships where each person is accepted and valued for who they are. Aspiring to the unconditional love modelled by Jesus, everyone at Nazareth is given safety to be themselves. In our community, diverse cultures and religions are recognised and embraced.

We care, deeply.

We combine faith and wellbeing in our holistic approach to pastoral care. We work in partnership with families to nurture each whole person and their story – physically, intellectually, socially, spiritually and emotionally.

A sense of spirit, belonging and identity.

Student wellbeing, engagement and connection is central to the liberating education experience that we offer at Nazareth. All students, families and staff belong to one of our five Houses.

Catherine, Dominic, MacKillop and McAuley Houses are named from the traditions of the four former schools that created Nazareth. Romero House was chosen as a symbol for social justice and inclusion, integral to our mission.

What does faith look like daily?

At Nazareth, we invite our community to a deeper understanding of God, through authentic, engaging and life-giving experiences.

  • Daily morning prayer
  • Liturgical celebration
  • ECC-Year 12 Religious Education curriculum
  • Mass and Communion (on occasion)
  • Ecological conversion (action in the care of the environment and all living creatures)
  • Sacramental program
  • Social justice and outreach
  • Spiritual formation tailored to the various stages of life (through retreats and reflection experiences)
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