Bellarmine House is the residential program of The Cardoner Project and is based on the top two floors of Jesuit House. The house acts as a transitional residence for university-aged young old boys. Currently, 16 young Old Boys live there. Sunday nights are community dedicated evenings that all residents attend; Mass is celebrated followed by dinner and it is a good opportunity for everyone in the house to reconnect after the week. The residents also cook, shop, and clean for each other in order to develop a stronger sense of community. Living at Bellarmine is an opportunity for human, intellectual and spiritual formation. It is not a hostel or just a place to live. It’s a way of life for the boys here, and a lot of fun in the process.
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Leadership & Mentoring
This is an area of high priority for The Cardoner Project. Helping to form leaders for a more just and Christ-centred society is what we are about. MORE>>
YEAR OF SERVICE
The Cardoner Project is an initiative arising from the Australian Jesuits call to mission as “companions for a faith that does justice”. The focus of The Cardoner Project is to support young Old Boys of St. Aloysius’ College in their spiritual formation and their ongoing commitment to a life of service. The Year of Service volunteer placements are one of a number of activities which come under this project. MORE>>