Last Tuesday night the college community celebrated the Graduation Mass of the Year 12 Class of 2018. Such a fitting Eucharistic celebration for our young people as they formally end their time with us. Our Salesian Provincial, Fr William Matthews SDB, returned to the college to concelebrate our special Mass with our College Rector, Fr Joe Binh Dinh SDB.
The Mass focused on the Gospel values of Faith, Hope, and Love. Throughout the Mass, we were reminded that these values very much underpin our call as followers of Christ. Our Yr 12s were encouraged to live lives that reflect the worthiness of these values in all that they do, and in all that they say.
The Communion Reflection was a poem entitled Stand Tall, Stand Proud read by the Bosco Campus Captain, Olivia Manders. The poem reminded us that no matter what challenges we face in life, we can stand tall and stand proud with faith, hope and love, as a we are a unique gift made in the image of God.
The lighting of the candles given as a gift to the Year 12 Class of 2018, was prompted by words spoken by the Director of Bosco Campus, Mr Matthew Hurley, who challenged our Year 12s to ensure that they become an illuminating presence in the world.
Mrs Heidi Woodruff and Sr Rochelle Lamb FMA, led a choir of Savio Campus students who beautifully sang throughout the Mass, accompanied by staff playing various instruments.
A big thank you is extended to all who had a part in planning and preparing this liturgical celebration for our Year 12 class of 2018.
We pass on our very best wishes to the graduating class in both their upcoming final examinations and assessments, and their lives outside the College.
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