“I thought I was going be in and out of the country every couple of years,” Christian Horner says.
Horner’s family and friends from the Westpac branch of the Catholic Academy of the Immaculate Conception were preparing him for his graduation ceremony. “
I felt like I was living in a foreign land.”
Horner’s family and friends from the Westpac branch of the Catholic Academy of the Immaculate Conception were preparing him for his graduation ceremony.
“They said I could come home and be with them,” he said.
Horner said the only person who could help him prepare for his arrival was his parents, who were living in Australia.
Horrer, who said he was going back to his parents in Australia to get a degree in business administration, said the university was an amazing opportunity to learn more about his Catholic faith and its teaching.
“I thought my graduation was going in my favour,” he told the ABC.
“They didn’t want me to go into an empty room, they wanted me to learn from people who have gone through this before.”
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