Catholic Identity

Leader: Katie Rasmussen

The Feast of St Augustine was held on Monday 28th August. This is an important date for our school community as the Augustinian priests served the St Patrick's community from 1904-2005.





The emblem is a flaming heart pierced by an arrow on the background of an open book. 

- The open book represents the teaching of the gospel and a continued search for knowledge.

- The heart reminds us of Augustine's great personal charity and love of neighbour as the way to serve God.

- The arrow represents the Spirit of God piercing our minds and hearts and calling us to a continual growth of faith, hope and love in our lives.


You may see this symbol around our school and other Catholic schools that are associated with the Augustinian priests. This symbol is incorporated in the collage between our church and our school