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great initiative and in-depth study, not only to
create eye catching displays but ar ticulate the
work Caritas does to help the poorest of the
poor around the world. The students' ability
to relate the work of Caritas and Catholic
Social Teaching principles was exceptional.
Their teacher s have every reason to be very
proud of their students ! "
Rose McAllister r eminded the students, as
they gathered to cut a wondrous Caritas
Austr alia cake, that not only were they
researching independently and creating new
things, they were also lear ning "what it really
means to be Catholic".
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GLOBALLY CALLED AT
SAN CLEMENTE HIGH SCHOOL
"It's real and it's concrete."
The speaker is Mr s Rose McAllister, Religious
Education Co-ordinator at San Clemente
High School, Mayfield. She's describing an
innovative Year 8 project, "Globally Called".
"Called to Act Justly" and "Globalisation" are
topics in the Year 8 Religious Education and
Geogr aphy progr ams respectively, and this
Lent, teachers and students at San Clemente
have combined classes and explored the
notion of being "Globally Called". Their
effor ts satisfied cur riculum requirements and
made use of material prepared by Caritas
The culmination of the initiative was the
presentation of the students' lear nings over
the period of the unit. Each group had
studied the activities Carita s was under taking
in selected communities : Peru, Nepal,
Indonesia , Niger, Fiji and Indigenous Australia.
The students set up 'stations' which included
video displays, maps , photos, handouts,
carefully considered slogans and even
homemade biscuits !
Visitor s representing the Catholic Schools
Office, other diocesan schools, Caritas
Austr alia and the diocesan offices were
warmly welcomed and given the oppor tunity
to share what the students had lear ned. It
was clear that these young men and women
were not only well infor med, but ar ticulate
and eager to pass on their insights.
Rydel Limjoco shared the story of Karen,
who had accumulated a great deal of debt
but was helped by Caritas to clear her debt
and gain life skills to help her make wiser
choices in the future.
Grace Compton studied Indonesia and
realised, "Our country's ver y lucky and
Indonesia does str uggle. They grow all
their own crops and work extremely hard.
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Regional Engagement Manager, Caritas
Austr alia, Jeni Miller, was a special guest and
wa s clearly impressed by the depth of the
"Globally Called" project. "What an ama zing
and adventurous thing to do ! " she said to
the assembled students. After wards, she
reflected, "The Year 8 students have shown
Lucas Holmes, Connor Currey,Tiarne Pizzuto and Madeline Arets studied
Caritas' work in Nepal and shared their findings.
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