Prayer and Worship is an integral part of the College community. Each day commences in prayer, both formal and informal. Students are invited to participate in the formulation and leading of prayer. Turning to God in prayer is seen as a normative part of the College community. Liturgies and masses celebrate important events within the College, including commencing the school year, Mercy Feast Day, Ash Wednesday, Lenten Assemblies, Holy Week, Easter, Anzac Day, Catholic Education Week, and the end of the School Year.
The College maintains a strong relationship with the Scenic Rim Catholic Primary School and Parishes.
Social Action and Justice is an integral part of the Catholic and Mercy tradition and includes such things as respect for the human person; the preferential option for the poor; stewardship for the environment and the promotion of peace. Students are challenged to look beyond themselves to the needs of others and to develop a real sense of solidarity for those in most need in our local and broader community.
An outline of social justice action that the McAuley College community participates in can be found in the SERVE section of the College website.
The College recognises that students joining our community come from a range of faith backgrounds. The Religious Life of the College acknowledges this diversity of experiences so that all students can be active members of our faith community.