Catholic education in the Broken Bay Diocese has a new name and a new logo to match, with Bishop Anthony Randazzo launching the new branding for Catholic Schools Broken Bay. Source: Broken Bay News.
Catholic Schools Broken Bay was previously called The Catholic Schools Office, Diocese of Broken Bay. The changes are in line with the diocese’s Towards 2025 initiative, a strategic vision for the next five years of Catholic education in the diocese.
“We are committed to an authentic Catholic education for the flourishing of human and faith development,” said Bishop Randazzo, “and the change of name to Catholic Schools Broken Bay, puts the emphasis on our identity as teachers of the faith with a commitment to excellence on all levels of education”.
Director of Schools, Danny Casey said the new logo “features a cross shining its light out over the water with arrows pointing in a forward direction, highlighting faith as being central to everything we do”.
“The five light beams represent the Catholic Schools Broken Bay values of faith, joy, witness, compassion and courage. The water symbolises us coming together as one which is central to the direction of our diocese,” Mr Casey said.
Earlier this month, the Diocese of Sale Catholic Education Ltd, the governance body that oversees Catholic schools in south-east Victoria, also unveiled a new logo.
Director of Catholic Education for the Diocese of Sale Maria Kirkwood said the new brand reflected the optimism and energy of Catholic schools in the region.
“The layers in the Diocese of Sale Catholic Education Ltd (DOSCEL) logo represent our solidarity as a community of faith, and the uplifting shape symbolises our focus on personal growth and continuous improvement,” she said.
A new look for Catholic Schools Broken Bay (Broken Bay News)
A new look for Catholic Education (Diocese of Sale Catholic Education)