The Church’s mission, received from Jesus Christ through the apostles, is to proclaim the Good News of Salvation to every human being. The process through which the Church fulfils this mission is called “evangelisation”.


Catholic schools evangelise by:

  • Striving continually to be effective schools.
  • Teaching students to integrate faith, culture and life (Mandate Document 18).


In “The Joy of the Gospel” (Evangelii Gaudium), Pope Francis gives encouraging advice for the Christian community about the importance of sharing their faith: 

  • Every Christian is challenged, here and now, to be actively engaged in evangelisation.
  • An Evangeliser must be joyful, ministers of the Gospel whose lives glow with the joy of Christ.
  • We are called to be a community which is bruised, hurting and dirty because it has been out on the streets. As Pope Francis reminds us, we must get to know and care for all of our people - to have “the smell of the sheep.”
  • We are called to be a supportive community, standing by people at every step of their journey.


All staff members are called to be the face of Jesus in our community - role models for students, families and each other through interactions grounded in the integrity of our College values of Compassion, Courage and Respect.


Our full Evangelisation Plan for 2023-2026 can be found below.