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Men’s Retreat Weekend: 30 August – 1 September 2019
St Mary’s Towers Retreat Centre, Douglas Park
Presenter: Mr Paul White
Join other men of faith exploring how, the power of “Yes!” changes circumstances in dark times; how we can live in the light of God’s truth which can bring much joy to our lives and much needed peace and harmony. Come, relax and enjoy God in tranquillity at St Mary’s Towers Retreat Centre. Cost $230 RSVP Ph:4630 0233 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Growing Good Men Father and Teenage Son Weekend Experience
25–27 October 2019 Cataract Scout Camp Appin
One of the most important influences in the lives of men is the relationship they had with their father or significant father figure. The encouragement and affirmation that this relationship could, and should, provide, is a key ingredient for how young men view themselves and embrace their faith and gifts as they take their place in the world. Don’t miss this life changing father and son weekend! Spots are limited to just 15 fathers with their son aged between 12–16 years. This is a unique opportunity for dads and their sons to embark on a quest of discovery with Robert Falzon and the team from menALIVE. Register online www.menalive.dow.org.au
or contact Jude Hennessy on 4222 2407 email@example.com
Position Vacant—Administration Assistant
Lumen Christi Catholic Parishes Wollongong
Casual one (1) day per week on Thursdays
As casual administration assistant, you provide a range of clerical and administrative duties to ensure the smooth and effective operation of the parish office for the parishes of St Francis Xavier Cathedral Wollongong, St John Vianney Fairy Meadow/Mater Dolorosa Balgownie and St Brigid’s Gwynneville. Closing date is 4pm Friday 6 September 2019. For further details and a full position description, please contact Frances. This position is also advertised at www.dow.org.au
Your application should include a cover letter and resume.
Completed applications should be emailed to Frances Van Leerdam at firstname.lastname@example.org
Edmund Rice College Parents & Friends Association
“Building the Resilience and Wellbeing of young people” a free community event. Expo and refreshments 6:00 p.m.–7:00 p.m. Guest speakers 7:00 p.m.–8:30p.m.