The Jesuit Networks

Saint Ignatius' College is one of four Australian Jesuit Colleges which form part of the network of over 1,000 international Jesuit educational communities throughout the world which began with the visionary Saint Ignatius Loyola some 450 years ago.

Jesuit schools

St Ignatius’ College, Riverview, NSW
www.riverview.nsw.edu.au

St Aloysius’ College, Milsons Point, NSW
www.staloysius.nsw.edu.au

St Ignatius’ College, Adelaide, SA
www.ignatius.sa.edu.au

Xavier College, Melbourne, Vic
www.xavier.vic.edu.au

Redfern Jarjum College, NSW
www.rjc.nsw.edu.au

St Patrick’s College, East Melbourne, Vic
(Operated from 1854-1968)
www.stpats.jesuit.org.au

Jesuit Companion Schools

Loyola Senior High School, Mt Druitt, NSW
www.loyolamtdruitt.catholic.edu.au

John XXIII College, Mt Claremont, WA
www.johnxxiii.edu.au

Loyola College, Watsonia, Vic
www.loyola.vic.edu.au

St Ignatius College, Geelong, Vic
www.ignatius.vic.edu.au

Xavier Catholic College, Hervey Bay, NSW
www.xavier.qld.edu.au

Xavier Catholic College, Ballina, NSW
www.xavierlism.catholic.edu.au

Tertiary and intellectual apostolate

Newman College, Vic
www.newman.unimelb.edu.au

Jesuit College of Spirituality, Vic
www.jcs.edu.au

 

St Ignatius Church, Norwood

St Ignatius Parish, Norwood has been administered by the Jesuits for nearly 145 years. In 1848 a group of Austrian Jesuits, the first Jesuits to come to Australia, arrived in Port Adelaide to minister to the German-speaking Catholic community before coming to Norwood in 1869. They have long been replaced by Australian Jesuits who now work at home and abroad in many ministries such as primary, secondary and tertiary education, pastoral work, social services, with refugees through the Jesuit Refugee Service, and as industrial and migrant chaplains. Throughout the world Jesuits carry on the work of St Ignatius of Loyola, their founder, in these and other missions.

Parish Priest: Fr Paul Mullins SJ

Cnr Queen St & William St, Norwood
South Australia, 5067
08 8332 0600

A catholic, co-educational school conducted by the Jesuits.