Christian Brothers’ Schools are places that aim to achieve a synthesis of faith and culture and to foster a caring family spirit where young people can realise their full potential as they grow towards healthy maturity.
The Blessed Sacrament Chapel is designed to be the centre piece of the College Quadrangle. As the physical centre of the school, symbolising its place as the spiritual centre, it provides a central, quiet place for prayer and worship. Students are encouraged to visit the Chapel regularly and to attend the voluntary Masses and Reconciliation Services. In addition, each class or year attends Mass and Reconciliation Services on a regular basis. The Blessed Sacrament Chapel, in particular, is central to the place of the College as the national memorial to Old Boys of the Christian Brothers Schools who have given their lives in the service of their country in wars.