Marist Schools Australia
St Augustine’s College is one of 53 member schools of Marist Schools Australia (MSA) which embraces over 5000 Marist teachers, educators and staff associated with the education of over 40,000 young people. These Catholic schools shape their identity and mission through the spirituality and educational approach of St Marcellin Champagnat which began in the early 19th century, and which has continued to be developed by the Marist Brothers and lay Marists.
Marist Association of St Marcellin Champagnat
The Marist Association is a family of faith-filled people (Brothers, lay people, clerics and sisters) across Australia committed to living the Gospel, with Mary as their inspiration, in the style of St Marcellin. The core mission of the association is to make Jesus known and loved, with an emphasis on working to bring hope to young people and those on the margins. It is responsible for ensuring the vitality and sustainability of all Marist ministries.
Marist 180 (formerly Marist Youth Care)
Marist 180 strives for positive change in the lives of young people and their families, particularly those most at risk and on the margins of society. In the spirit of St Marcellin, Marist 180 seeks to give hope to young people so that they can flourish, live fulfilling lives and contribute to the common good.
Australian Marist Solidarity
Australian Marist Solidarity and Marist Asia Pacific Solidarity are the international agencies for the aid and development work of the Marist Brothers Province of Australia and the Marist Association of St Marcellin Champagnat throughout Asia and the Pacific Islands. They work to empower young people by enhancing human dignity and developing their capacity to transform their lives and communities.