De La Salle Cronulla commemorate Remembrance Day

Posted by Therese Hughes on 13 November 2020
De La Salle Cronulla commemorate Remembrance Day
De La Salle Catholic College Cronulla recently commemorated Remembrance Day - an important ceremony that remembers the end of World War I and those who made the ultimate sacrifice in war. The most noticeable symbol of Remembrance Day is the red Flanders poppy. It was popularised in the contemporary poem, 'In Flanders Fields,' by the Canadian doctor, Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae, who was moved to write the poem in 1915 after the death of a close friend on the Western Front. McCra...
 

SMCA Youth Ministers facilitate an eye-opening and inspirational retreat

Posted on 12 November 2020
SMCA Youth Ministers facilitate an eye-opening and inspirational retreat
The Year 11 cohort at St Michael's College Adelaide, participated in an eye-opening and inspirational retreat, run by the Lasallian Youth Ministers, Zani Bates and Isabella Tocchetti. SALT team members Declan and Asha, as well as Calia Sandona and Ms Maiese, also assisted in the successful day. Through interactive games involving the opinions of everyone, and interesting speeches regarding beneficial personal experiences, the notion of service, opportunity and sacrifice was highlighte...
 

Opportunity: Youth Minister - St Bede's College Mentone

Posted on 10 November 2020
St Bede's College is a dual campus Catholic College providing a secondary education to boys in the Lasallian tradition. The College acts in a manner that promotes the inherent dignity of each of our young men and their fundamental right to be respected and nurtured in a motivational and safe school environment. The successful applicant must be creative and highly organised. The ability to work collaboratively in a team environment is essential. Applications are i...
 

It's Gold! Gold! Gold! - Br. Bill Shaw

Posted by Br Gary Wison on 10 November 2020
It's Gold! Gold! Gold! - Br. Bill Shaw
It's not an Olympic year, but a Golden Jubilee for a Brother who celebrates fifty years in the fraternity of De La Salle is notable. Bill grew up in the village setting of Kenthurst, N.S.W., attending Oakhill College Castle Hill for upper primary & secondary schooling. He worked in the public service for some years, and studied part-time, before finally testing out the Brothers' lifestyle when he was twenty-four. There was an interest when he was fifteen : "I was impressed ...
 

Announcement: Director of Safeguarding, Compliance and Human Resources

Posted by Br David Hawke on 9 November 2020
Announcement: Director of Safeguarding, Compliance and Human Resources
Dear Lasallians, Following a thorough recruitment process, I have much pleasure in announcing the appointment of Mr Jamon Thomas to the position of Director of Safeguarding, Compliance and Human Resources for the District of Australia, New Zealand, Pakistan and Papua New Guinea, effective from January 2021. Jamon brings years of engagement and expertise to these areas of increasing complexity experienced in a range of service areas. His specific skills include leadership roles...
 

La Salle Bankstown Student Entrepreneurs raising money for the Mission

Posted on 9 November 2020
La Salle Bankstown Student Entrepreneurs raising money for the Mission
Recently, Year 9 Commerce students at La Salle Catholic College Bankstown, had their first taste of becoming entrepreneurs. As part of their study of Commerce, students have been learning about how to run a successful small business. Students were asked to plan a unique business idea, promote their products and run the business on Market Day. Commerce students ran incredible Market Day stalls selling a range of products from homemade Sushi, fresh burgers, loaded fries, bubble tea and an a...
 

NAIDOC Week Poem

Posted by Br Lewis Harwood on 9 November 2020

Below is a poem dedicated to NAIDOC Week and inspired by the 2017 Uluru Statement of the Heart.

 

 
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