Marists belong to one of the rich spiritual families in the Church.

Their personal faith, manner of sharing in the mission of the Gospel and means of forming Christian community are all shaped by the spiritual way introduced into the life of the Church by Marcellin Champagnat and the early Brothers, and developed by successive generations of Marists. Key among the formative influences that shaped his spirituality was Marcellin’s personal experience of being loved intensely by Jesus and called by Mary.

Alongside our Religious Education and Justice and Service program, Prayer and Worship form an integral part of College life. These moments give opportunity for expression of faith and reflection on life, service, and spirituality.