CORMSAA: Committee of Religious Institute and Ministerial Public Juridic Person School Authorities Australia

In 2020, the Association of Ministerial Public Juridic Persons (AMPJP) established the Committee of Religious Institute and Ministerial Public Juridic Person School Authorities Australia (CORMSAA). CORMSAA replaces and builds upon the legacy of Catholic Religious Australia’s education committee.

The CORMSAA membership:

Philomena Billington (EREA) Educationalist member and Chair
Emeritus Prof Marea Nicholson AM Educationalist member and NCEC nominee
Paul Ould (Loreto Ministries) From Victoria/Tasmania
Dr Frank Malloy (Marist Schools Australia) From NSW/ACT
Dale Morrow (Mercy Partners) From QLD
Sr Brigette Sipa RSJ (Sisters of St Joseph) From SA / NT 
(vacant) From WA
Lawrie Hallinan (AMPJP) Ex-officio Secretary

 

CORMSAA’s aims include to:

  • Focus on the Mission of Catholic Education;
  • Promote the unique contribution of Religious Institute and Ministerial Public Juridic Person education;
  • Strengthen, and engage collaboratively with, the National Catholic Education Commission (NCEC) and State Catholic education structures/processes; and
  • Facilitate Religious Institute and Ministerial Public Juridic Person School Authority communication and collaboration.

CORMSAA facilitates RI-MPJP membership on a number of NCEC structures.

The AMPJP is committed to ensuring that CORMSAA is inclusive of the diversity of Religious Institute and Ministerial Public Juridic Person School Authorities. The AMPJP sees CORMSAA as a means of living the shared mission and fellowship that exists between Religious Institutes and Ministerial Public Juridic Persons.

 

RI and MPJP School data 2022

CORMSAA Strategic Priorities 2022-23

Religious Institute and MPJP school authorities 02 Aug 2022

CORMSAA Terms of Reference 2021-08-10

CORMSAA work group EOI form

CORMSAA Position Paper – August 2021