In October 2018 , the Studium made a visit a to Sicily, via Rome and Paris. In Sicily, the focus was on three ancient Hellenic sites: Agrigento, Selinunte and Segesta. In their first oral exams in December the students will relate their studies in Greek literature, history, philosophy and mathematics to the sites they visited.
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Father Frederick William Faber, the great 19th century Oratorian convert of the Oxford movement, is remembered chiefly for a few popular, rather sentimental hymns. But his prolific literary output also tells the story of an ardent soul on a journey of spiritual discovery. Faber, perhaps more than Blessed John Henry Newman, stands for the childlike joy
Our Patron, Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP, Archbishop of Sydney, had the following words for Catholic student leaders during the recent US election campaign: Everyone here today will be aware of the continuing battle between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, as each vies for the Presidency of the United States of America. The nightly news, the