Mercy Ed Newsletter

Mercy Ed Vol 16 No 3, 2011

Final newsletter produced by Mercy Secondary Education Inc. It is an exciting time for Mercy Education as it not only sees the migration of MSEI from an incorporated association to a company limited by guarantee, but it also provides the opportunity for partnership across Australia with three wonderful Mercy Colleges in the environs of Perth joining with the seven strong Mercy Colleges in Victoria

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Mercy Ed Vol 16 No 2, 2011

This edition features accounts from participants of the 2011 biennial Mercy Ethos Programs held earlier this year in Dublin, Ireland. The two programs held in April and May 2011 bring the number of pilgrims from across Australia and New Zealand who have experienced this wonderful immersion experience to nearly two hundred. I am sure you will enjoy their stories and significant moments.

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Mercy Ed Vol 16 No 1 2011

Members of the MSEI Board look forward to Liz Monahan joining them as a fellow Board member from April this year. Liz brings with her a wealth of knowledge and experience and a rich understanding of the Mercy tradition of education.

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Mercy Ed Vol 15 No 3 2010

Over 1,000 mourners – family members, friends, students and staff, colleagues and associates attended the funeral of John Gerard Arthurson on Friday 5 November at St Anne’s Catholic Church in Sunbury

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Mercy Ed Vol 15 No 2 2010

After a distinguished career in education, including twenty-one years as Principal, member of numerous state and national committees, and various appointments on School Boards, Patricia Ryan joined the MSEI Board in December 2001 and served as a member and Chair of the Board for a combined period of nine years.

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Mercy Ed Vol 15 No 1 2010

2010 sees another year of celebration for Mercy Education with the sesquicentenary, that is, the 150th anniversary, of the founding of Sacred Heart College Geelong. Coupled with this, 2010 celebrates the centenary of Our Lady of Mercy College Heidelberg, ‘the youngster’ of all the Mercy secondary Colleges within the Melbourne Congregation.

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