All are invited to get involved in this year’s St Anne’s Garage
Sale fund-raising sponsored by the Spring of Life Fellowship
(SLF) on Saturday, 7 September, 8am to 12noon at St Anne’s
hall in Newtown. Proceeds will go to St Anne’s Liturgical
projects and the SLF’s scholarship fund. Donations of baked
goods can be dropped off on Saturday, 7 September at
8am. Donations in kind can be delivered on Friday, 6 Sept,
6pm to 8pm at the Parish Hall. One’s trash may be another’s
treasure! Any queries pls contact Gina on 029 917 1176.
“Do unto others what you would have them do to you.”
Each year the Catholic Bishops of New Zealand set aside a week in September for Social Justice Week, inviting us to reflect and take action on a current social justice issue.
In the 1920s, Cardinal Joseph Cardijn founded the Young Christian Workers who worked on a range of social justice causes. He developed the See-Judge-Act method as a way to reorient one’s life toward social justice and solidarity. (See the Newsletter for more)
This method, grounded in Catholic social teaching, is a way of looking at a situation, analysing it, and taking appropriate action.
St. Peter Claver (1580-1654) was a Spanish Jesuit missionary to Latin America. He is known as the “Apostle of the West Indies” and the “Slave to the Slaves.”
The Sisters of St Peter Claver were founded 125 years ago by Blessed Mary Theresa Ledochowska. They arrived in Welilngton in 1950 and moved to Island Bay soon after.
The Suzanne Aubert Scout Group is running Cubs (girls and boys aged 8 – 11) and Scouts (girls and boys aged 11 – 14) on Monday nights 6.30 – 8pm at St Anne’s Hall in Newtown.
Topic: Open slather & John A Lee (Part Two) with Roger Havell (TBC) Contact John D 027 338 3576
Come join us this Social Justice Week, as we explore fairness
and unfairness in our Diocese. This is an opportunity to learn
about the experiences of Wellington Filipino healthcare and
construction workers, and the courageous and practical
response of the Barangay Assumpta (Kapiti) Servant Team/
Filipino Chaplaincy. Speakers include:
• Representatives of the Barangay Sta. Maria Assumpta/
Filipino Chaplaincy Outreach Ministry
• Cardinal John Dew
• Hon. Iain Lees-Galloway, Minister for Workplace Relations and Safety
For more information, please contact Lisa Beech email@example.com