We pray for the eternal rest of Br Harry Reynolds

Posted on 19 September 2019
We pray for the eternal rest of Br Harry Reynolds
Eternal rest grant unto him, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon him. May his soul, and the souls of all the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen With faith in the resurrection, we announce the passing of Brother Harold Benjamin Reynolds FSC. During his time with us, he touched and enriched the lives of everyone he came into contact with through his wisdom, graciousness and humour. He will be sorely missed. Br Harry was 95 years old. Click HERE to ...
 

Sebastian Duhau helps highlight the challenges and opportunities of young people in the Church

Posted by CathNews on 19 September 2019
Sebastian Duhau helps highlight the challenges and opportunities of young people in the Church
Young people and youth ministers from across the country have met for the first time as the new members of the Australian Catholic Youth Council.  Meeting at the tomb of St Mary of the Cross Mackillop in North Sydney, the council reflected upon the outcomes of the Year of Youth for the Church in Australia and the General Synod of Bishops on Young People, the Faith and Vocational Discernment. Council members also highlighted the significance of Pope Francis' apostolic exhortatio...
 

Fratelli Project

Posted on 18 September 2019
Fratelli Project
The year 2019 marks the eighth anniversary of the Syrian war. For eight years, a bloody civil war has raged which caused the death or disappearance of about 500,000 people. The war created the most severe social, economic, and humanitarian crisis the Middle East has experienced. By land and sea, more than five million Syrians have left their homes. Of these, one million have migrated to the nearest country: Lebanon. At this same time, Lebanon was being inundated with
Iraqis fleeing to es...
 

Media Release: Proposed Amalgamation of St Bede's College, Mentone and St James College, East Bentleigh

Posted on 17 September 2019
Media Release: Proposed Amalgamation of St Bede's College, Mentone and St James College, East Bentleigh
Dear Brothers and all in our Lasallian Community, I am very pleased to share with you today's announcement of the proposed amalgamation of St Bede's College, Mentone and St James College, East Bentleigh. Attached is the joint media release from the Colleges. The Colleges have exchanged a Memorandum of Understanding to progress the amalgamation of the schools under the administration of St Bede's from 2021. Following today's announcement, a 12-month period of intensive ...
 

APPOINTMENT: DEPUTY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR CATHOLIC EDUCATION WESTERN AUSTRALIA

Posted on 17 September 2019
APPOINTMENT: DEPUTY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR CATHOLIC EDUCATION WESTERN AUSTRALIA
The selection process for the Deputy Executive Director position is now finalised. I am pleased to announce the appointment of Wayne Bull to the role, commencing in January 2020. Wayne is a highly experienced educational leader who has made a significant contribution to Catholic Education Western Australia over the past 40 years, most recently as Team Leader, School Improvement within the Leadership and Employee Services Directorate.  Prior to this, Wayne was the Principal of La Sall...
 

Stephen Pooley: Always have faith in yourself, and that results will come with the work.

Posted by Julia Goonan on 17 September 2019
Stephen Pooley: Always have faith in yourself, and that results will come with the work.
Interview with Stephen Pooley, Principal, St James College East Bentleigh. What school did you go to? Were you educated by the Brothers? I grew up in Mt Waverley in Melbourne and I was educated by the Presentation Sisters and by the Salesians, and at Salesian College. Through our ACC sporting competition, I had good contact with other schools. I particularly remember the soccer games against St Bede's College that were full of rivalry but played in such good spirit and with great fu...
 

We pray for the eternal rest of Monsignor Brian Arahill

Posted on 16 September 2019
We pray for the eternal rest of Monsignor Brian Arahill
We pray for the eternal rest of Monsignor Brian Arahill , Affiliated Member of the Institute and Priest of the Auckland Diocese Brian died overnight at the Little Sisters of the Poor Nursing Home in Ponsonby, Auckland. Across the Catholic Diocese of Auckland, Monsignor Brian Arahill was widely known and respected for the great contribution he made to parish life over nearly six decades. During his 25 years as parish priest at St Michael's in Remuera, Monsignor Brian earned widespr...
 
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