Brisbane, Queensland AUS


About Faith Formation

You are called to love and educate the young people in your care, lead your staff with a servant-heart, cultivate positive relationships with parents and create a living, breathing Christian ethos for your community.  This very noble mission of yours takes a great deal of enthusiasm, commitment and skill.  At times you can feel energy or time-poor, but overall you are drawn to a life rich in purpose found in loving relationship to your people, Church and God.

You and I share an enthusiastic Catholic faith and an ever-expanding love for young people and staff.  Let me help you provide faith formation experiences that are aligned with your messaging and the expectations of Catholic Education.  Bonus:  you can tick one big time-consuming job off your very long to-do list!

Your leadership, priorities and charism combined with my time, passion and creative style will result in a fruitful, life-giving faith formation experience for your people.

Let’s chat on the phone 0438510974 or via email at or Enquire Here

Donna Power


  • Parishioner of St Joseph’s Catholic Parish, Kangaroo Point, Brisbane, QLD
  • Experience Wellbeing retreats since 2013
  • Current postgrad @ ACU, Graduate Certificate in Leadership and Catholic Culture
  • 10 years as Campus Minister at Siena Catholic College, Sunshine Coast
  • Primary School Teacher (supply) at Education Queensland (Bach Ed Primary at QUT 2002)

“The BCE approach to wellbeing is strongly grounded in Catholic Christian beliefs and values. Wellbeing is defined as an ongoing experience of wholeness and hope that is integral to learning and ultimately, to overall health and life success. It relates to the interconnectedness of physical, cognitive, emotional, social and spiritual dimensions within the person. Wellbeing encompasses nurturing the self, giving to others, and building and celebrating community.”

“The schools and colleges of the Archdiocese of Brisbane aspire to educate and form students who are challenged to live the gospel of Jesus Christ and who are literate in the Catholic and broader Christian tradition so that they might participate critically and authentically in faith contexts and wider society. ”

Sources: Brisbane Catholic Education Website and p10. Religious Education, Archdiocese of Brisbane Curriculum, P-12