Ite Inflammate Omnia
Our history as an Ignatian College is central to our identity.
When Saint Ignatius Loyola, the College patron and founder of the Jesuit order, missioned his friend Francis Xavier to the Indies, he gave him the simple instruction, “Ite Inflammate Omnia.”
Go, set the world alight.
Since 1951 Saint Ignatius’ College and its graduates have been attempting to live out that instruction. By helping young women and men become competent, to live according to their conscience and practise compassion, the College has sparked the fire of change in their lives, their communities and their world.
When you join the Saint Ignatius’ College community you become part of an educational tradition that is over 450 years old.
(The donations include money also raised in 2015).