Our Circle of Friends
The vision of Mary Ward continues today thanks to a community of sisters, colleagues, teachers, past students, friends and volunteers who all work together with a commitment to justice, freedom and sincerity.
There are many ways to become part of the Loreto Circle of Friends and its community of generous individuals. In areas from social justice to education, the arts to academia, spirituality to international development, Loreto Australia is enlivened by the partnerships formed both formally and informally with colleagues and friends. Whichever way you choose to be involved, Loreto welcomes you into its circle of friends. It could be working in our development or education projects, reconnecting with old school friends, volunteering with Mary Ward International Australia, making a donation to support our projects or simply joining our mailing list by signing up to the Loreto Networker E-Newsletter on our homepage. If you would like to be involved in supporting the Loreto mission in any way or to become a Loreto sister we would love to hear from you. Please contact us here.
Past Loreto student, Rachel Grimes had the honour of meeting Pope Francis for the World Congress of Accountants.
Photos from top:
Chair of MWIA Board, Kathryn Greiner AO with Margaret Finaly ibvm and Margie O’Sullivan ibvm.
Image from the Painted Life of Mary Ward.