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Community Youth Minister Prayer

Posted by Joanne Nehme on 9 February 2017
Community Youth Minister Prayer
Opening Reflection Community is like a large mosaic. Each little piece seems so insignificant. One piece is bright red, another cold blue or dull green, another warm purple, another sharp yellow, another shining gold. Some look precious, others ordinary. Some look valuable, others worthless. Some look gaudy, others delicate. As individual stones, we can do little with them except compare them and judge their beauty and value. When, however, all these little stones are brought together...
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Share The Mission (STM) 2017

Posted by Stefanie Lloyd on 9 February 2017
Share The Mission (STM) 2017
Last week saw the gathering of 15 passionate, dedicated young volunteers, who have willingly put their hands up, to donate the next year of their lives to 'Share The Mission' throughout the Lasallian Family. Coming from a variety of places across Australasia, including some returning volunteers, these young women and men came as strangers and left as friends to their STM locations after our five day Orientation Program at The Centre in Randwick, NSW. Each comes with the hop...
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Applications closing soon for Volunteer La Salle Indonesia

Posted on 25 January 2017
Applications closing soon for Volunteer La Salle Indonesia
You can make a real difference in the daily lives of disadvantaged primary school students and orphans in Jakarta through the Volunteer La Salle Indonesia program. The annual program is being run again from April 17-28, 2017 and is open to teachers, classroom aides and students aged over 18. You will have a rewarding opportunity to teach English and help with group activities  at the St Antonius dari Padua School and the Mekar Lestari Orphanage in the bustling Indonesian capit...
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Blog from a Wandering Brother-Returning Home

Posted by Br Mandy Dujunco on 24 January 2017
Blog from a Wandering Brother-Returning Home
It is amazing that my first year in Australia came and went so quickly. I was quite eager to head home. In fact my tickets were bought as early as July of 2016. As always however, things do not always go as planned. What I originally envisioned as a 7 week stay in my home country soon became shorter and shorter as I realised that there were things to attend to. In other words, as the days progressed, I realised that I had to take the long way back home. My pilgrimage started on Decembe...
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Blog from a Wandering Brother- the Transfiguration

Posted by Br Mandy Dujunco on 23 January 2017
Blog from a Wandering Brother- the Transfiguration
After six days Jesus took with him Peter, James and John the brother of James, and led them up a high mountain by themselves. There he was transfigured before them. His face shone like the sun, and his clothes became as white as the light. (Matthew 17:1-2)   I arrived in Melbourne on the 12th of January 2017. I headed to Sydney on the 13th to take part in the Formation Seminar for Youth Ministers and the Lasallian Leaders camp. Just coming from the Philippines, it would be ea...
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