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Men for others

Learning to serve, serving to Learn

Jesuit schools are called on to reach out into the community, not

only to the extended College community of parents, alumni and

friends, but also to the poor and socially disadvantaged locally and

abroad.

Students learn to evaluate critically the reality around them.

They are encouraged to recognise and companion those who are

oppressed and neglected and to become agents for change in the

world.

The young men formed at St Aloysius’ College are encouraged to

become

men for others

seeking a

faith that does justice

. A Christian

calling is to live a life of loving service. To build more just human

structures that enhance the quality of peoples’ lives is the aim of

such a community.

In preparation for what the College hopes will be a lifetime

commitment to the service of others, a range of immersion and

service-learning programs are offered. Each experience allows

students to learn more about themselves, the world and God’s

people.

A

faith

that does

J

ustice

“Men for others

seeking a faith that

does justice”