The Loyola Administration Centre
Goa Performance and Activity Centre
Mary Mackillop Early Years Precinct
Peter Faber Middle School
Blessed Peter Faber attended university with St Ignatius Loyola and St Francis Xavier. He was Ignatius guide in academic matters; Ignatius was Peter's guide in spiritual matters. Peter Faber was one of the seven along with St Francis and St Ignatius who formed the Society of Jesus, the Jesuits.
Matteo Ricci Library
Edmund Rice Middle School Technology Centre
Clavius Science Centre
Mary Ward Senior Studies Centre
Arrupe Senior Studies Centre
San Francisco Javier Performance and Arts Centre (JPAC)
Centre de Langues Montmartre
On the feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, 15th August, 1534, Ignatius of Loyola, Francis Xavier, and the other five original Companions journeyed together to the chapel of St. Denis in Montmartre, outside Paris to consecrate their lives to God through vows of poverty and Chastity.
Edmund Campion Theatre
St Edmund Campion lived during the turbulent period of church reformation in England in the 16th century. Raised a Protestant, Edmund converted to Catholicism in his late 30s and became a Jesuit priest. Not fearing persecution, he continued to celebrate the Catholic sacraments despite this being outlawed by the Queen. Edmund was captured and executed in 1581. He is recognised as a great martyr for the Catholic faith.
Blessed Miguel Pro Stage, Drama and Music Facility
Miguel Pro was a Jesuit priest during the Mexican Revolution, who was considered a "master of disguise", frequently concealing his identity in order to celebrate the mass during a time when public worship was prohibited. He was caught and falsely accused of attempting to assassinate the President. He was executed by firing squad whilst he outstretched his arms in the form of a cross shouting "Viva Christo Rey!" (Long live Christ the King!)
Andrea Pozzo Senior Art Room and Senior Design Technology Workshop Facility
"Frankies", The College Hospitality Kitchen and Restaurant, is an affectionate reference to our College patron.