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It is in keeping with the wishes of Francis Jordan that our school places a strong emphasis on the faith development of our young people, our Chaplain takes a role in accompanying all people in our school community on their journey to discovering the joy of knowing Jesus Christ, the Divine Saviour.
Salvatorian College is a Catholic School and as such, prayer and worship is central to the ‘Salvatorian experience’.
Exciting Liturgies, which make use of music, drama and emerging technologies aim to meet our young people where they are and bring them into a deeper understanding of the divine; are celebrated regularly throughout the academic year.
Sacramental Worship plays a key role in the life of the college, with regular celebrations of the Eucharist by Salvatorian Fathers and other clergy from around the deanery, the Sacrament of Reconciliation during Lent and Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament during penitential seasons.
Every day begins with a time of prayer and reflection in form bases or in the hall, making use of the themes and readings from the lectionary readings for the week.
The Chaplaincy is open before school every morning for Morning Prayers from the Divine Office. The Rosary is prayed by pupils at lunchtimes at least once a week.
At appropriate times of the academic year, Scripture study groups and Youth Alpha is run at lunchtime in the chaplaincy.