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Posted by Br David Hawke
on 25 February 2019
Today being the 25th of the month let's keep the prayers going and be proactive as we promote all Lasallian Vocations including the Brothers. Pope Francis in speaking with Fernando Prado CMF on Vocations said; "The presence of Jesus is everything. There is where the strength of a consecrated vocation is found. It is about getting out of oneself, being passionate about Jesus in love, with a burning heart, and maybe this would become the future for others." (The Strength of a V...
Posted by Br Lewis Harwood
on 21 February 2019
on 13 February 2019
It is with great sadness that former Star of the Sea Principal, Sr Patricia Carroll pbvm died late Saturday (10 February) afternoon, after a short illness.
Patricia Carroll pbvm was born in Mudgegonga in 1927. The eldest of five children, she worked on the family farm during the war years before entering the Presentation order in 1946. Her long association with Star of the Sea began in 1949 when she came to Star and taught in outlying schools.
In 1965, Patricia established Avi...
on 10 February 2019
It is with sadness that we report Fr Adrian Meaney msc passed away last Wednesday night in hospital after a short illness. He was still active in his ministry and works for the Mission Office as recently as last Saturday.
Adrian had only recently completed newsletter #75 that is available on the Mission Office web site He wrote in his summary in the newsletter "Our faith is based on the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, by which we are freed from the slavery of sin and ...
on 8 February 2019
Click HERE to view the Minutes from the District Council Meeting held on Friday 1 February 2019.
on 8 February 2019
Due to a clash of dates the regional meetings in Sydney and Brisbane have been changed.
Meetings are now as follows:
Faisalabad 5 May,
Port Moresby 28 April,
Sydney 6 July,
Brisbane 7 July,
Melbourne 19 October,
Auckland 1 December.
on 7 February 2019
Ambrose Payne returns to Sydney today after completing a sterling job as Econome General in Rome.
Br Superior writes:
Ambrose's leadership has benefitted the entire lnstitute and has been of particular assistance to me. His indefatigable work ethic, insightful reading of the signs of the times, and effective innovations in the management of the Bursar's office have contributed to a better understanding of our resources and our obligations as stewards.
I am especially gr...