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Extravadancer 2016 - Tickets on Sale Now!


On Friday 22 July four members of the Merici Narragunnawali (aka the Merici Mob) attended the 2016 NAIDOC Mass at St. Christopher’s Cathedral, Manuka. Layla Phillips, Lily and Ellie Coleman and Taneisha Cook represented Merici at the 2016 NAIDOC Mass. This annual mass follows the National NAIDOC week held between the 3rd- 10th of July. This year’s theme of Songlines: The living narrative of our nation was present throughout the mass. About 700 students and their teacher’s gathered at the front of the Cathedral for a traditional smoking ceremony.

Year 7 Grandparents’ Day – A time to be thankful

A very special liturgy and morning tea was held on Tuesday 26 July with Year 7 students and their grandparents.  The liturgy was also in celebration of the Feast Days of Saints Joachim and Anne, grandparents of Jesus held also on 26 July. This was a wonderful opportunity for students to express their love and appreciation to their grandparents for playing such an important role in their lives. Throughout the liturgy, grandparents and students reflected on the special times that they have shared together.

Steve Biddulph presents Raising Girls - Merici College


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