Ten new Lasallian Family Members

Posted by Mrs Theckla Aknonero on 22 November 2019
Ten new Lasallian Family Members
On the feast of 'All Souls Day' nine students and one academic staff of Sacred Heart Teachers College had a short reflection ending with a Eucharistic celebration as a ritual for full membership into the PNG Lasallian Family. The Reflection was facilitated by Fr John Tawan MSC, around the Theme ' A Teacher a Missionary to give Hope'. The Day was a concluding session of a ten Lasallian Induction sessions given to all the year three students. It invites those that were influ...
 

A Celebration of Association and Connection

Posted on 22 November 2019
A Celebration of Association and Connection
The reunion of Brothers and former Brothers that took place in October turned out to be a unique occasion and opportunity with attendance of over 50 De La Salle Brothers and former Brothers  It was a celebration of association and connection which began with a  morning tea with much animated conversation and a Eucharistic gathering at St Bede's College Mentone, followed by dinner at the Mentone RSL. The Eucharistic assembly celebrated by Father Peter Matheson brought to mind...
 

St Michael's College - New Early Primary and Innovation Centre

Posted on 21 November 2019
St Michael's College - New Early Primary and Innovation Centre
A significant investment into the facilities at the Primary Campus is underway, catering for increased enrolments and the ongoing enrichment of a quality learning environment that is innovative and adaptable to the current and future educational needs of our students. This development will create further opportunities for our youngest community members to explore their curiosities, flourish and fully realise their potential. New building works will not only enable increased capacity but w...
 

Offer a smile not judgement when you walk by the poor

Posted on 20 November 2019
An article by Cardinal John Dew, Archbishop of Wellington, to mark World Day of the Poor, Sunday 17 November. Each morning, I start my day with a walk around inner city Wellington.  The inner city looks different at 5am, with mainly early morning workers and some rough sleepers on the streets, compared with later in the day when the city is bustling with activity.My early morning walk is a time of prayer, and I am grateful that it gives me a brief perspective into lives that might no...
 

Indigenous Symposium

Posted by Bernadette Fredricksen on 20 November 2019
Indigenous Symposium
The Tercentenary year provided yet another opportunity to celebrate the uniqueness and diversity of our region ANZPPNG. The Indigenous Symposium held at John Paul College aimed to recognise the important contribution indigenous cultures make to the growth and development of the Lasallian mission.   Included in the symposium was a student voice.  Eight John Paul College senior students from varying faith traditions and cultures candidly shared their perspective of what it me...
 

Live a volunteer experience beyond borders! Alem Project - Tabatinga, Brazil

Posted on 19 November 2019
Live a volunteer experience beyond borders! Alem Project - Tabatinga, Brazil
Do you have more than 25 years old? Do you want to dedicate a year or more of your life to the Lasallian mission as a volunteer? Are you a psychologist, teacher, social communicator or you work as pastoral ministry (work with young people and pastoral agents)? Do you speak Portuguese or Spanish? Live an experience of volunteering Beyond Borders in Brazil! The Lasallian community of Tabatinga is waiting for you! Project Alem (Lasallian Animation of Evangelization and Mission) is ...
 

LYG Pakistan gain inspiration from St John Baptist de La Salle

Posted on 19 November 2019
LYG Pakistan gain inspiration from St John Baptist de La Salle
The Third Lasallian Youth Gathering Pakistan 2019 (LYGP2019) was held at La Salle Higher Secondary School, Multan. 180 students from 9 Lasallian schools in Pakistan along with Principals, Teachers and Brothers participated in the three-day event. The theme of the gathering, which coincided with the Tercentenary Year, was "One Heart, One Commitment, One Life". The main purpose of the gathering was to educate young Lasallians on the life of Saint John Baptist de La Salle and the L...
 
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