Daily Gospel Reading, a reflection and a prayer: THURSDAY 2/9/2021

Posted by Kane Raukura on 2 September 2021
Daily Gospel Reading, a reflection and a prayer: THURSDAY 2/9/2021
Kia ora wh?nau, please find attached the Daily Gospel Reading for THURSDAY 2/9/2021, a reflection and a prayer (as PDF).  Please… Utilise with your ZOOM classes – pull out whatever bit you would like to use. Your actions and example in faith is both reassuring for the boys and a sense of the familiar. Use yourself as some solace, in prayer and in reflection. Use with your families and loved ones at home. Share with anyone else in the community with whom you think it wou...
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Resource: Let Us Remember - A Prayer for Peace, Rest and Joy

Posted by Br Peter Ryan on 2 September 2021
Resource: Let Us Remember - A Prayer for Peace, Rest and Joy
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 "A Prayer for Peace, Rest and Joy" For this week’s reflection, we dip into the writings of ...
 

Archbishop's Award for Student Excellence awarded to De La Salle Revesby Boy

Posted by Mrs Marg Marriott on 2 September 2021
Archbishop's Award for Student Excellence awarded to De La Salle Revesby Boy
The Archbishop's Award for Student Excellence for 2021 has been awarded to Stephen Georgakopoulos from De La Salle College, Revesby Heights. Stephen is a wonderful exemplar of what Principal, Mr Timothy Logue, reminds the students to do: he gets involved, does his very best and has a place for God in his heart. The College is incredibly proud of him and his contributions to the College and the St Christopher's Parish of Revesby Heights, and the Youth Group at St Therese, Padstow. Hi...
 

Independence Day Celebrations

Posted by Hadayat Nazar (Edited) on 1 September 2021
Independence Day Celebrations
Pakistan came into existence on 14th August 1947 due to the untiring efforts of great leaders like Allama Muhammad Iqbal and Muhammad Ali Jinnah, who aimed to create a separate state for the Muslims and the minorities of the Sub-continent. The people of Pakistan celebrate Independence Day on 14th August every year. The main Independence Day ceremony takes place in Islamabad followed by a 31-gun salute in the national capital and a 21-gun salute in the provincial capitals. Parliament House, t...
 

Daily Gospel Reading, a reflection and a prayer: WEDNESDAY 1/9/2021

Posted by Kane Raukura on 1 September 2021
Daily Gospel Reading, a reflection and a prayer: WEDNESDAY 1/9/2021
Kia ora wh?nau, please find attached the Daily Gospel Reading for WEDNESDAY 1/9/2021, a reflection and a prayer (as PDF).  Please… Utilise with your ZOOM classes – pull out whatever bit you would like to use. Your actions and example in faith is both reassuring for the boys and a sense of the familiar. Use yourself as some solace, in prayer and in reflection. Use with your families and loved ones at home. Share with anyone else in the community with whom you think it wo...
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Circular 477: Brother Joachim Mérian, FSC (1924 - 2021) (

Posted by Br Robert Schieler on 1 September 2021
In imitation of Jesus Christ who serves his brothers, and following the example of their Founder, the Brothers consider the exercise of authority as a way of serving the community. Authority has for its purpose to promote communion among all the Brothers, the vitality of the Institute, the efficacy of the mission, and interdependence among the various units that compose it. (The Rule, 111).  Brother Joachim Merian was the last surviving Brother Assistant. He faithfully and zealously ser...
 

Justice: A Characteristic of Lasallian Education

Posted by Kevin Regan, M.A. and Edward Sirois, M.A on 1 September 2021
This article originally appeared in Bulletin 249: Educating in Justice (Rome: Brothers of the Christian Schools, 2004), pages 12-14. A passion for justice is at the heart of every aspect of a Lasallian school, and so it is not surprising that students are taught to both value and live the spiritual and corporal works of mercy. Justice education is, for Lasallians, grounded in Catholic Social Teaching and a following of Jesus Christ; and it cannot be the responsibility of the school's re...
 
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