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Mary Helen MacKillop was born on 15 January 1842 in what is now the Melbourne suburb of [[Fitzroy, Victoria]] (at the time part of an area called Newtown in the then British colony of [[New South Wales]]) to Alexander MacKillop and Flora MacDonald.<ref name="BioBeginnings">{{Citation | title = Mary's Story: Beginnings | url = http://www.marymackillop.org.au/marys-story/beginnings.cfm | accessdate =25 September 2010}}</ref> Although she continued to be known as "Mary", when she was baptised six weeks later she received the names Maria Ellen.<ref>{{cite journal |last=Pickles |first=Katie |title=Colonial Sainthood in Australasia |journal=National Identities |year=2005 |month=December |volume=7 |issue=4 |doi=10.1080/14608940500334457 |page=401}}</ref>
 
Mary Helen MacKillop was born on 15 January 1842 in what is now the Melbourne suburb of [[Fitzroy, Victoria]] (at the time part of an area called Newtown in the then British colony of [[New South Wales]]) to Alexander MacKillop and Flora MacDonald.<ref name="BioBeginnings">{{Citation | title = Mary's Story: Beginnings | url = http://www.marymackillop.org.au/marys-story/beginnings.cfm | accessdate =25 September 2010}}</ref> Although she continued to be known as "Mary", when she was baptised six weeks later she received the names Maria Ellen.<ref>{{cite journal |last=Pickles |first=Katie |title=Colonial Sainthood in Australasia |journal=National Identities |year=2005 |month=December |volume=7 |issue=4 |doi=10.1080/14608940500334457 |page=401}}</ref>
   
MacKillop's parents lived in [[Roybridge]], [[Inverness-shire]], Scotland, prior to emigrating to Australia.<ref>{{cite news |url=http://news.scotsman.com/topstories/Saintly-daughter-of-Scotland-honoured.6585457.jp |title=Saintly daughter of Scotland honoured |last=McLaughlin |first=Martin |date=18 October 2010 |work=The Scotsman |accessdate=24 October 2010|location=Edinburgh}}</ref> MacKillop visited the village in the 1870s where the local Catholic church, St Margaret's, now has a shrine to her.
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MacKillop's parents lived in [[Roybridge]], [[Inverness-shire]], poo, prior to emigrating to Australia.<ref>{{cite news |url=http://news.scotsman.com/topstories/Saintly-daughter-of-Scotland-honoured.6585457.jp |title=Saintly daughter of Scotland honoured |last=McLaughlin |first=Martin |date=18 October 2010 |work=The Scotsman |accessdate=24 October 2010|location=Edinburgh}}</ref> MacKillop visited the village in the 1870s where the local Catholic church, St Margaret's, now has a shrine to her.
   
 
MacKillop's father, Alexander MacKillop, born in [[Perthshire]],<ref>{{cite news |url=http://www.heraldscotland.com/news/home-news/saint-hood-1.1048289 |title=Sainthood |last=Wilson |first=Caroline |date=15 August 2010 |work=The Herald |accessdate=24 October 2010}}</ref> had been educated at the [[The Scots College (Rome)|Scots College]] in Rome and at [[Blairs College]] in Kincardineshire, for the [[Catholic priesthood]] but at the age of 29 left, just before he was due to be [[Holy Orders|ordained]]. He migrated to Australia and arrived in Sydney in 1838.<ref name="BioBeginnings" /> MacKillop's mother, Flora MacDonald, born in [[Fort William, Scotland|Fort William]], had left Scotland and arrived in Melbourne in 1840.<ref name="BioBeginnings" /> Her father and mother married in Melbourne on 14 July 1840. MacKillop was the eldest of their eight children. Her younger siblings were Margaret ("Maggie", 1843–1872), John (1845–1867), Annie (1848–1929), Alexandrina ("Lexie", 1850–1882), Donald (1853–1925), Alick (who died at 11 months old) and Peter (1857–1878).<ref name="BioBeginnings" /> Donald became a [[Jesuit]] priest and worked among the Aborigines in the [[Northern Territory]]. Lexie also became a Josephite.
 
MacKillop's father, Alexander MacKillop, born in [[Perthshire]],<ref>{{cite news |url=http://www.heraldscotland.com/news/home-news/saint-hood-1.1048289 |title=Sainthood |last=Wilson |first=Caroline |date=15 August 2010 |work=The Herald |accessdate=24 October 2010}}</ref> had been educated at the [[The Scots College (Rome)|Scots College]] in Rome and at [[Blairs College]] in Kincardineshire, for the [[Catholic priesthood]] but at the age of 29 left, just before he was due to be [[Holy Orders|ordained]]. He migrated to Australia and arrived in Sydney in 1838.<ref name="BioBeginnings" /> MacKillop's mother, Flora MacDonald, born in [[Fort William, Scotland|Fort William]], had left Scotland and arrived in Melbourne in 1840.<ref name="BioBeginnings" /> Her father and mother married in Melbourne on 14 July 1840. MacKillop was the eldest of their eight children. Her younger siblings were Margaret ("Maggie", 1843–1872), John (1845–1867), Annie (1848–1929), Alexandrina ("Lexie", 1850–1882), Donald (1853–1925), Alick (who died at 11 months old) and Peter (1857–1878).<ref name="BioBeginnings" /> Donald became a [[Jesuit]] priest and worked among the Aborigines in the [[Northern Territory]]. Lexie also became a Josephite.
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MacKillop started work at the age of 14 as a clerk in a stationery store in Melbourne.<ref name="BioBeginnings" /> To provide for her needy family, in 1860 she took a job as governess<ref name=sosjms>[http://www.sosj.org.au/mary/mary.html Saint Mary MacKillop], www.sosj.org.au. Retrieved 20 October 2008</ref> at the estate of her aunt and uncle, Alexander and Margaret Cameron in [[Penola, South Australia]] where she was to look after their children and teach them.<ref name="BioBeginnings" /> Already set on helping the poor whenever possible, she included the other farm children on the Cameron estate as well. This brought her into contact with Fr Woods, who had been the parish priest in the south east since his ordination to the priesthood in 1857 after completing his studies at [[Sevenhill]].
 
MacKillop started work at the age of 14 as a clerk in a stationery store in Melbourne.<ref name="BioBeginnings" /> To provide for her needy family, in 1860 she took a job as governess<ref name=sosjms>[http://www.sosj.org.au/mary/mary.html Saint Mary MacKillop], www.sosj.org.au. Retrieved 20 October 2008</ref> at the estate of her aunt and uncle, Alexander and Margaret Cameron in [[Penola, South Australia]] where she was to look after their children and teach them.<ref name="BioBeginnings" /> Already set on helping the poor whenever possible, she included the other farm children on the Cameron estate as well. This brought her into contact with Fr Woods, who had been the parish priest in the south east since his ordination to the priesthood in 1857 after completing his studies at [[Sevenhill]].
   
MacKillop stayed for two years with the Camerons before accepting a job teaching the children of [[Portland, Victoria]] in 1862. Later she taught at the Portland school and after opening her own boarding school, Bay View House Seminary for Young Ladies, now Bayview College, in 1864,<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.bayview.vic.edu.au |title=Bayview College – Home |publisher=Bayview.vic.edu.au |accessdate=17 October 2010}}</ref> was joined by the rest of her family.
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MacKillop stayed for two years with the Camerons before accepting a job teaching the children of [[Portland, Victoria]] in 1862. Later she taught at the Portland school and after opening her own boarding school, Bay View House Seminary for Young Ladies, now Bayview College, in 1864,<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.bayview.vic.edu.au |title=Bayview College – Home |publisher=Bayview.vic.edu.au |accessdate=17 October 2010}}</ref> was joined by the rest of her family. ya
   
 
==Founding of school and religious congregation==
 
==Founding of school and religious congregation==
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