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Christmas Eve Carols and Mass

Everyone is invited to join our old scholars and families in the traditional Christmas Eve Carols and Mass in the Dominic College Chapel.

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Dominic College's 2020 Men's Day breakfast

​The 2020 Men's Day breakfast was a great success raising over $2800 for scholarships for Salesian schools in Samoa. The breakfast featured an important address from our special guest, Mr Matthew Stolp, old scholar Class of 1989, as well as participation by our leaders and parents.

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Matthew Stolp, Men's Day breakfast guest speaker

'Being a part of these pantry drives with Matthew was one of the most rewarding things I have done,' said teacher and old scholar, Emily Wilkins, about working with our guest speaker at the International Men's Day breakfast in November.​

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Christmas Eve Carols and Mass

​Everyone is invited to join our old scholars and families in the traditional Christmas Eve Carols and Mass in the Dominic College Chapel.

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60th anniversary of Dominicans in Glenorchy

​Last Sunday a larger than usual congregation gathered at St John’s Church in Glenorchy at the 10.00am Mass to celebrate the 60th anniversary since the arrival of the Dominican Sisters in Tasmania.

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Cagliero Volunteers called

The Cagliero Project is an initiative of the Australia-Pacific Province of the Salesians of Don Bosco, providing overseas volunteer experiences for Australians who wish to work with disadvantaged young people.

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Cagliero Immersion 2019

At the end of June, I began my Cambodian immersion. In total I spent 10 days in Don Bosco Technical School (DBTS) in Phnom Penh and the other four days in Siem Reap. Our trip focused on the charism of the Salesians and St John Bosco, service of the young. We did not build a classroom, rather we spent time with the youth of DBTS to learn about them and their day-to-day life, their struggles and aspirations, and to have fun and dance with them a lot!

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Dominican Sisters arrival celebration

In 1959, 60 years ago, the Dominican Sisters arrived in Hobart, to bring Catholic Education to the Northern Suburbs. They founded St John’s Primary and Holy Name schools in Glenorchy, and Holy Rosary school in Claremont. Years later they co-founded Dominic College and then Guilford Young College. Throughout they were, and continue to be, an integral presence in St John’s Catholic Parish in Glenorchy.

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Rector's news

This is the way Peter Lalor, the Australian newspaper cricket reporter began his piece in the aftermath of Australia’s victory in the First Test match against England in Edgbaston:

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Catholic Art Competition win

​Congratulations to Year 9 Visual Arts student, Shakira Cate who was named as the winner of the Arch’s Archies, an Art competition initiated by Catholic Education Tasmania.

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