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Welcome to the De La Salle District of Australia, New Zealand, Pakistan & Papua New Guinea (ANZPPNG). The De La Salle Brothers were founded over 300 years ago by John Baptist de La Salle in Reims, France. De La Salle was canonised in 1900 and declared Patron of Teachers in 1950. The Brothers are present in over 80 countries.

 

The Lasallian Family in the District is spread across four countries and is engaged in the Lasallian educational mission through primary and secondary schools, teacher's colleges, welfare works, youth ministry, Lasallian Foundation Australia, formation for mission, Signum Fidei, Lasallian Family (PNG), Young Lasallians and Lasallian Volunteers. The mission is shared between the Brothers and Lasallian Partners whose mission "is to provide a human and Christian education to the young, especially the poor...

Our District

AUSTRALIA
NEW ZEALAND
PAKISTAN
PAPUA NEW GUINEA

 

Upcoming Events

Lasallian Youth Leaders Training (JPC,NZ)

Lasallian Youth Leaders Training (JPC,NZ)

Start Time:   9:00 AM
Date:   Saturday 24th February 2018
Venue:   John Paul College, Rotorua


DLS Mangere East School Fair

De La School College, Mangere East: School Fair 

Start Time:   9:00 AM
Date:   Saturday 24th February 2018
Venue:   De La Salle College, Mangere East


Lasallian Leaders Gathering

Lasallian Leaders Gathering  - Major District Event

Category:   General
Start Time:   12:00 PM
Date:   Sunday 25th February 2018
Venue:   Brisbane, Novotel


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News & Announcements

Employment Opportunities at Sacred Heart

Posted on 23 February 2018
The Missionaries of the Sacred Hea...
 

Lasallian Volunteers

Posted by Kate Westhead on 22 February 2018
Volunteering in our Lasallian prog...
 

Rest in Peace, Mr Feis

Posted by Merv McCormack on 22 February 2018
Rest in Peace, Mr Feis
This bitter-sweet cartoon was give...
 
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