Daily Gospel Reading, a reflection and a prayer: TUESDAY 31/8/2021

Posted by Kane Raukura on 31 August 2021
Daily Gospel Reading, a reflection and a prayer: TUESDAY 31/8/2021
Morena everyone, please find attached the Daily Gospel Reading for TUESDAY 31/8/2021, 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 would be...
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New research into the impacts of the pandemic on young Australians

Posted by National Catholic Education Commission on 31 August 2021
New research has examined the severe impacts the COVID-19 pandemic has had on young Australians. The Mission Australia report Young Voices of the Pandemic presents findings from responses collected from young people aged 15 to 19 years between April and August 2020.  Key findings included: young Victorians were more likely to report COVID-19 was the biggest issue and were more likely to be concerned about COVID-19 affecting their education, isolation and mental health compared...
 

Daily Gospel Reading for MONDAY 30/8/2021

Posted by Kane Raukura on 30 August 2021
Daily Gospel Reading for MONDAY 30/8/2021
Morena everyone, please find attached the Daily Gospel Reading for MONDAY 30/8/2021, a reflection and a prayer (as PDF). Image also below for cut and paste to FB etc.. 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...
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Sisters of the Good Samaritan Study and Mentoring Program

Posted by Sisters of the Good Samaritan on 30 August 2021
Sisters of the Good Samaritan Study and Mentoring Program
The Sisters of the Good Samaritan Study and Mentoring (SAM) program offers financial assistance for women undertaking tertiary studies at a recognised theological institution. Core components of the program include opportunities for spiritual direction, mentoring and dialogue with like-minded women. Applications are now invited for 2022. Please circulate the attached flyer to women throughout your networks who may be interested in participating.   ...
 

A THREE-IN-ONE GIFT: Casimir College Marrickville

Posted by Br Gary Wison on 30 August 2021
Not too many schools can boast that they have three strong traditions. Casimir, a co-educational multi-ethnic Catholic community, was named after an early Passionist parish priest who built up Catholic education in inner Sydney. The Good Samaritan Sisters and the De La Salle Brothers are the other arms of the educational mission there.                     The Principal, Mrs Carmelina Eussen, stresses the wealth of the College&rsqu...
 

Daily Gospel Reading for FRIDAY 27/8/2021

Posted by Kane Raukura on 27 August 2021
Daily Gospel Reading for FRIDAY 27/8/2021
Morena everyone, please find attached the Daily Gospel Reading for FRIDAY 27/8/2021, 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 th...
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Cancer fight goes by the book as Oakhill College students write a book in one day

Posted by Gabby Russo on 27 August 2021
Oakhill College had 2 teams participating in the Write a Book in a day competition. Pupils were given the brief and within 10 hours they had to write, illustrate, and submit a storybook targeted to a youth audience. This event gives students the opportunity to develop skills that will set them up for life such as teamwork, problem-solving and leadership. There's also the two-pronged philanthropic aspect of the competition that builds empathy skills. Completed stories are provided in...
 
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