Powerful testimonies from St Miguel House, Faisalabad

Posted by Jordan Grantham on 21 January 2019
Powerful testimonies from St Miguel House, Faisalabad
St Miguel House, Faisalabad has published the January edition of MIG-NEWS.  This edition focusses especially on testimonies of vocation from Aspirants to the religious life in the De La Salle Brothers. Parents of Aspirants were special guests at the community's Christmas celebration, which is shared in a display of images.  Br Zohaib Gill, Director of Formation also reported on his experiences at the International Lasallian Centre (CIL) in Nairobi, Kenya.  ...
 

2019 - The New Year is Underway

Posted by Merv McCormack on 18 January 2019
2019 - The New Year is Underway
Season's greetings as 2019 gets well and truly underway. I trust that this Tercentenary Year is a good one for the many works throughout our vast District of Australia, New Zealand, Pakistan and Papua New Guinea. In the light of the numerous challenges facing the Church, including our own Institute, Br Visitor, David Hawke, wrote recently to the Brothers of the District, reminding all to continue to rebuild in a spirit of faith and zeal. He referred to Pope Francis's words in Dece...
 

January Reflection: Hope

Posted by Br George Van Grieken on 18 January 2019
January Reflection: Hope
By Br George Van Grieken FSC   At the end of each calendar year, billions of people around the world "welcome in the new year" with fireworks, parties, and resolutions about personal diet, exercise, and healthy living. This utterly regular change of one day into the next is transformed into a personal hoped-for change of one way of life into another. A focused consciousness of time is suddenly leveraged to pursue our deeper aspirations, and the beginning of a new yea...
 

Hills Shire Times profiles Alex Murrie, Lasallian Volunteer

Posted by Jordan Grantham on 17 January 2019
Hills Shire Times profiles Alex Murrie, Lasallian Volunteer
A VAST 4655km separates Castle Hill and Western Australia but former Oakhill College captain Alexander Murrie will use his time at the school when he volunteers in a remote Aboriginal community in the Kimberley. He will volunteer with Lasallian Volunteer program in Balgo -  it has a population of 600 and is 260km from the nearest major town. Volunteers dedicate one or two years to a community and help others. As part of the program run with De La Salle Brothers, Alexander ...
 

New organisational chart published

Posted by Jordan Grantham on 16 January 2019
A new organisational chart has been created for the De La Salle Brothers District of ANZPPNG and the Lasallian Mission Council. View our organisational structure on the Leadership page of the website. It is also available as a PDF.    ...
 
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