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The anniversary Mass for Archbishop
Andrew Killian, Archbishop James
Gleeson and Bishop Philip Kennedy
was celebrated at St Patrick’s Church
Grote Street on June 4.
The principal celebrant was
Fr Philip Marshall, Vicar General,
and he was assisted by Emeritus
Archbishop Leonard Faulkner, Fr
Paul Cashen MSC, the Cathedral
Administrator, and Monsignor John
Gleeson College was represented by
members of the college choir, led by
Ms Carly Meakin. Students and staff
also read prayers, welcomed visitors
and were involved in the processions.
Members of the deceased bishops’
families were in attendance, including
Archbishop Gleeson’s brother Ray.
Gleeson College APRIM Richard
Sellers said the Mass was a
“wonderful opportunity for our
students to meet with the Gleeson
family and make that personal
Mass for deceased bishops
A judge, a scientist, an editor and a surgeon have
been recognised for their extraordinary careers
by the institution they called home during their
The four South Australians are all former students
of Aquinas College and were presented with
Distinguished Alumnus medals at a dinner at the
historic North Adelaide site last month.
Aquinas College head Brother Paul Gilchrist said
Justice Kevin Duggan, Professor Elizabeth Leane,
Ms Helen McCabe, and Professor David David
had become leaders in their fields of endeavour;
law, academia, multi-media and medicine.
Justice Kevin Duggan spent 46 years in the
legal profession as a Chief Crown Prosecutor,
a Queen’s Counsel, a barrister, a lecturer at
university, and as a Judge on the Supreme Court
bench. He is also a member of the Hall of Fame
of the South Australian National Football League.
Professor Elizabeth Leane is a Rhodes’ Scholar
who studied for her Doctorate in English
Literature at Oxford University after successfully
completing an Honours degree in Arts and a
Science degree at the University of Adelaide.
Elizabeth is based at the University of Tasmania
where she pursues an interest in Antarctic
Research, lectures in English and Antarctic
Studies and supervises and examines post
Br Gilchrist said Helen McCabe has had a
remarkable career as a journalist in various
forms of media, including television, newspapers
and radio. After seven years in the Canberra
Press Gallery, and then time as an editor of
national daily newspapers, Helen is now the
award winning editor of The Australian Women’s
Weekly and well known through her frequent
appearances on radio and television.
Professor David David’s medical expertise in
cranial-facial surgery is acknowledged and
appreciated across the world. He has received
an array of commendations and has shared his
special skills through his work at universities,
presentations at conferences, research and
mentoring of trainee doctors.
Br Gilchrist said the four were wonderful role
models for current Aquinas students.
He also welcomed Aquinian Dr Lawrie Smart
who was the first Student President of the
College back in 1950 and was recognised in
the most recent Australia Day Honours for his
significant service to dentistry in the field of
clinical orthodontics, through cleft lip and palate
treatment and craniofacial surgery.
“Lawrie’s significant presence and contribution at
the foundation of the college lives on through the
Aquinas House competitions where students vie
for the Lawrie Smart Shield,” he said.
TOP CLASS: Aquinas College chair Jim Whiting with Elizabeth Leane
and Br Gilchrist at the recent formal gala dinner and auction.
Honouring outstanding alumni
Infant Baptism Course
This is a five-session course for all those involved with the baptism
of infants covering:
history and meaning of the baptism rite
role of the community and ministers in the Rite of Baptism
preparation and follow-up of parents presenting infants for baptism
Enrolments by 15 July to Lyn
Phone 8152 7806
stating full name and Parish
Date and Time
5 Thursday evenings from 23 July to 20 August 7:00 - 9:00 pm
Meeting Room, Ministry and Liturgy Centre,
127 South Road, Thebarton
Sr Ilsa Neicinieks RSM
$25 (maximum of $75 per parish)
Payable on first night: cash, card, cheque
1 Keyboard instrument with
9 Flightless bird.
10 By way of; Canadian
11 Percussion instrument.
14 Acceptable Hebrew/
Aramaic name for God.
16 Prefix – not.
18 Cor anglais – woodwind
22 Bishop of Rome at time of
Council of Chalcedon.
23 Victorian town east of
26 Fast minuet.
31 No (Scot).
32 Strip of wood (etc) against
which strings on musical
instruments are stopped.
2 Personal name.
5 Lump of soil; oaf.
6 Cooking space.
7 Religious instruction
8 Surrealist artist.
13 Second ancestor of the
15 Unit of area.
19 Albanian prince.
20 Tasmanian locale SW of
21 Bowed the head; signified
23 Hard of hearing.
24 Candid; uncluttered;
available for business
25 Small area of land
surrounded by water.
27 Flow out; fade away.
28 Sense organ.
30 Greek letter; mathematical
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