“The College has always believed that each and every student should feel included and integrated, regardless of background, race and culture. So it does its utmost to make all students feel welcome and to foster an enriching educational experience.” These words, expressed in this year’s Prospectus, can surely be applied to all the Junior College students and staff alike, where all should feel welcomed, feel part of a community and that they can grow and have an enriching experience.
Community building activities are an important aspect of this College and everyone has surely felt their lack and need throughout this year. Thus, this session will focus on what it means to be a community, looking particularly into Pope Francis’ letter Fratelli Tutti, and seeing how this can be applied to our college community.
Speaker: Fr Bernard Micallef
Date: Wednesday 19 May 2021
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Fr Bernard Micallef is a diocesan priest, ordained on the 7 April 2018. Additional to being the Chaplain at the Junior College, he also serves at the Parish of St.George in Qormi, is part of the Diocesan Sport Commission and committee member of the ‘Segretarjat Assistenza Soċjali’ within the Maltese Catholic Action. He holds a BA (Hons.) Social Policy (Melit), and a Bachelor in Sacred Theology (Melit) and Licentiate in Sacred Theology (Melit).