STEVE MOLLOY: AFFILIATION AND GRACE-FILLED SERVICE

Posted by Br Gary Wison on 20 April 2021
STEVE MOLLOY: AFFILIATION AND GRACE-FILLED SERVICE
"Living gracefully" was how a life-long friend and classmate summarises Steve Molloy's life. That achievement, in terms of his service over twenty years, was recognised by the De La Salle Brothers, in their conferring "affiliation to the Institute" on 27 March 2021. Br. Chris Gorringe, previous District Bursar (RIP) outlined in a commendation to the Br. Visitor and his Council that Steve was educated by the Brothers at De La Salle College Caringbah and De La Salle ...
 

PODCAST - BROTHERS BANTER

Posted by Lasallian Resources on 20 April 2021
PODCAST - BROTHERS BANTER
Here is a recently launched podcast that was created and developed by two religious brothers looking to invite everyone into a conversation about religion, spirituality, current events and all things Lasallian. This podcast was recently launched by two De La Salle Christian Brothers who are currently (2020) in the novitiate in Chicago, IL, Brother Joseph "JD" Macioce (DENA) and Brother Rafael Rodriguez (SFNO). They decided to provide this podcast updated every two weeks in ord...
 

Vocations Prayer - April 2021 "God of love, set me aflame with love for you and for my neighbour"

Posted by Br Arian Lopez on 19 April 2021
Vocations Prayer - April 2021 "God of love, set me aflame with love for you and for my neighbour"
"The work of vocations is about helping people "heal the wounds of the past, deconstructing the irrational or little-argued ideas with which they approach the religious, and prioritizing involvement in the mission before addressing religious formation. In all cases, bring them closer to significant experiences of spirituality, fraternity, and service."" From Circular 475 "From Hope to Commitment: Understanding Lasallian Vocations" p3, h...
 

"Delivering boys to men" - a Principal's Reflection

Posted by Tim Stuck on 19 April 2021
"Delivering boys to men" - a Principal's Reflection
There are many challenges and rewards when we look at the journey of our young men in our care. Adolescent males are highlighted in the media for many of the wrong reasons and society often treats teenage males negatively until they have at least passed their adolescent years. At Francis Douglas Memorial College, boys have been our core business for over 60 years. Our mission statement is focused on educating students for life by providing a human and Christian education. Our hope is...
 

KIDS HELPLINE'S BLACKTOWN HUB CELEBRATES MULTIPLE MILESTONES

Posted by Bronnie Taylor on 16 April 2021
KIDS HELPLINE'S BLACKTOWN HUB CELEBRATES MULTIPLE MILESTONES
The Kids Helpline counselling centre in Western Sydney is on track to respond to an extra 18,000 contacts during it's first year of operation, thanks to a $5.5 million investment from the NSW Government. Minister for Mental Health Bronnie Taylor said the Blacktown hub, which employs 30 professional counsellors dedicated to taking calls from children and young adults in NSW, has already responded to 14,528 contacts since its opening in April last year. "It's been a really to...
 

De La Salle Caringbah makes a difference

Posted on 16 April 2021
De La Salle Caringbah makes a difference
Clean up Australia day started thirty years ago by an "average Australian bloke" who had a simple idea to make a difference in his own backyard. Over the years, approximately 18.3 million Australians have donated 36 million hours, clearing over 380,000 ute loads of rubbish. Today' Clean Up Australia Day' inspires and empowers communities to clean up, fix up and conserve the environment. De La Salle College Caringbah recently took part in the nation's largest communit...
 

Resource: Let Us Remember - yourtown, schools and 'graced wholeness'

Posted by Br John Cantwell on 15 April 2021
Resource: Let Us Remember - yourtown, schools and 'graced wholeness'
  Let us remember' is a prayer and reflection resource offered to Lasallian schools and works. It might be used for individual prayer and reflection or at the beginning of team/faculty meetings, staff briefings or whole staff meetings. There will be a different focus for each reflection and over time a library of prayers and reflections will be developed for use. Today's theme is "yourtown, schools and 'graced wholeness'". Easter gives us an opportunity t...
 
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