Monday, 3 August 2009

News From The Brothers

While the news of the Brother's departure from FDMC is a sad one it is important that people realise that there is vitality still within the wider De La Salle Brother's community. The following are just a few examples.
  • This week three young men commenced their initial training for the Brothers in Melbourne in a programme known as "The Postulancy". Another young man recently began the same programme in Papua New Guinea.
  • Recently two groups of young men have been to experience the life and works of the Brothers in the Australian aboriginal community of Balgo Hills and the various works in PNG.
  • In an on going process young groups of La Sallian volunteers, both male and female, spend up to 12 months working among the more marginalised people in Australia, New Zealand and PNG.
  • Brothers Bill Firman and Denis Loft leave at the end of this month to establish a Teachers College in the Southern Sudan.
The Brothers continue to seek out and accept challenges the world over. You can keep track of their exploits and adventures by visiting the De La Salle web site.

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