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Crossword No. 169
Ministry Formation Program
students and their families
celebrated the close of another
successful and challenging year in
St Francis Xavier’s Cathedral on
Fr Philip Marshall VG presided and
congratulated all students on their
commitment and enthusiasm for
their study and work in the service
of their parishes and contribution to
Four students were awarded an
Archdiocesan accredited Certificate
in Ministry or Certificate in Practical
Margaret Daly, who is currently
working as the Pastoral Associate
in Murray Bridge parish also
completed a Graduate Certificate in
Theological Studies with Australian
The Friends of the Ministry
Formation Program were special
guests. Their ongoing support
enables some students to receive a
part scholarship towards the cost of
their academic studies.
More information: Sue Vieceli
on 8152 7804 or www.adelaide.
1 Macedonian Christian and
companion of St Paul in
Ephesus and to Rome.
10 French nobleman (or horned
11 Mineral aggregate.
12 Kimono sash.
13 Body of Zulu warriors.
16 Indian state; tea growing
18 Religious liturgy; quantity of
20 Port from which St Paul and
companions sailed for Europe.
21 Polynesian amulet.
22 Drinks slowly or sparingly.
23 River in northern Colombia.
25 Charged particle.
28 Given name or family name
of various composers.
30 Card game.
31 Inferior dog.
34 Locale on Queensland’s
Sunshine Coast. (6,5)
1 Port from which St Paul and
1-across sailed for Rome under
2 Ruthenium (chem. symb.); or
abbreviated football code.
3 Here. (Fr.)
4 Lids; high points.
5 Person to whose household
St Paul sends greetings in
Letter to Romans.
7 Very warm; spicy.
8 Where. (L)
9 Occupation of Demetrius of
Ephesus, an opponent of St
Paul, acc. to Acts.
14 Tree or its aromatic resin.
24 Carbohydrate. (colloq.)
26 National surveillance
27 Negative conjunction.
29 Pray! (L)
31 Copper. (chem. symb.)
32 Form of electrical current.
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MFP GRADUATES: Mark Stanley, Louise Svensdotter, Margaret Daly
and Ben Ruiz with Fr Philip Marshall VG.
Two additions to St Francis Xavier’s Cathedral
are helping the Adelaide Archdiocese to
communicate with parishioners, passers-by and
visitors to the iconic building.
A large outdoor LED sign (pictured above) was
installed in the week prior to Christmas, replacing
the wooden sign promoting Cathedral Mass
times. Incorporated into a custom-built aluminium
frame, the LED sign features images, messages
and scrolling Mass times which can be changed
or updated regularly.
An electronic kiosk (pictured right) has also been
installed in the foyer of the Cathedral to inform
people of the fundraising campaign for the
newly-installed Casavant Frères pipe organ and
to provide other important information to visitors
such as Mass times and history of the building.
The Pipes are Calling campaign enables people
to dedicate a pipe to a loved one or to ‘donate’
a pipe as a group or an individual. The touch-
screen computer displays the size of pipe
donated and the details of the donor and/or the
Adelaide Archdiocese fundraising coordinator
Jane Juniper said the kiosk had attracted a lot of
interest and was proving to be an important way
of acknowledging people’s generosity as well as
a useful educational tool.
A number of colleges have contributed to the
campaign and have a pipe named in their honour,
including St Mary’s, St Ignatius’, Sacred Heart,
Mary MacKillop, St Michael’s, Nazareth, Cardijn,
Mercedes, St Aloysius and Marcellin Technical
It was not so long ago that world
top 50 model Madison Stubbington
graced the halls of Kildare College.
“I have fond memories of sports
days, the Year 11 formal and
little everyday experiences and
lessons that have stuck with me,”
said 18-year-old Madison, who
visited her family in Northgate this
Madison told The Southern Cross
recently that her work experience
at Adelaide modelling agency Pride
Models and her community service
with Meals on Wheels – which
are part of Kildare’s Year 10/11
curriculum – had been invaluable in
the fashion industry.
“It prepared me for the real world
and helped build my independence,
responsibility, initiative and people
skills,” she said.
“Kildare’s religious background has
also taught me to have a good work
ethic and morals. All of these are
important assets for me to have in
the modelling industry and everyday
Madison left the all-girls secondary
school, established in the
Benedictine tradition at Holden Hill,
in 2013, after studying Year 11, to
pursue her modelling career.
In the past 12 months she’s worked
for Gucci in the Gucci Cruise 2016
campaign as well as for Yves Saint
Laurent, Ora Kiely and J Brand.
In 2014 she featured in American
Vogue and this year in the Italian
Vogue beauty cover.
Staff at Kildare College helped
Madison complete Stage One of
her South Australian Education
Certificate during Year 10 and 11
through email and offline studies
while she was juggling modelling
commitments in Australia and
English teacher Kathy Marusic
remembers Madison as an
accommodating external student
due to her professionalism and
commitment to her studies.
“Whilst in my English class she was
always organised, completed her
homework, contributed to class
discussions and was diligent,” said
“When she moved overseas to
pursue her modelling she continued
with the same work ethic,” she said
TEEN MODEL: Kildare College
old scholar Madison Stubbington
for Anna Sui SS16 at New York
fashion week earlier this year.
Runway model New image for Cathedral
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