Faculty of Education and Arts: Saint Albert the GreatA Dominican Friar, Albert was a scientist long before the age of science, and an adviser to popes, bishops, kings, and statesmen. He is one of only 35 Doctors of the Church. His feast day is celebrated on the 15th of November. Faculty of Law and Business: Saint MatthewTradition holds that Matthew initially preached the Good News in Aramaic to Jewish communities in Palestine for 15 years. His Gospel is considered to be a work that attempts to build bridges between Jewish and Gentile Christians. Later in his ministry, he travelled to Gentile nations and spread the Good News to the Ethiopians, Macedonians, Persians and Parthians. Islamic tradition holds that Matthew with St Andrew was the first to preach Christianity to the Ethiopians. His feast day is celebrated on the 21st of September.
Faculty of Law and Business: Saint Thomas MoreThomas More was an English lawyer, social philosopher, author, statesman, and noted Renaissance humanist. He opposed Henry VIII of England’s separation from the Catholic Church and in 1535 was tried for treason and beheaded. His feast day is celebrated on the 22nd of June.
Faculty of Theology and Philosophy: Blessed John Henry NewmanThe 19th century's most important English-speaking Roman Catholic academic and theologian. He was also a priest, popular preacher and writer. Relics of Blessed John Henry Newman are interred in the altars in the Chapels on our Melbourne and North Sydney campuses. His feast day is celebrated on the 9th of October.