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The Southern Cross : February 2012
Page 10 February 2012 www.thesoutherncross.org.au The Southern Cross | news New era for CWL Catholic Women's League South Australia has entered an exciting new era with the opening of a new office in the Diocesan Centre in Wakefield Street. The site was previously a snack bar run by St Aloysius College and then Centacare Catholic Family Services. State President Pauline Victory said the initiative would give the CWL a very visible presence and enable it to display material about issues affecting society. "I believe that we can also make important connections with the local Church and the wider Church, using our location and facilities to help promote Catholic Mission, Caritas, St Vincent de Paul, Catholic Charities and more," she said. The CWL also has access to an outdoor area where members will be able to enjoy tea and coffee. The new office was blessed and opened by Archbishop Philip Wilson on December 6. Archbishop Wilson said he was very pleased to know that the CWL were "guarding the entrance to the Diocesan Centre". On a serious note, he said it was important for women to be speaking out on important issues affecting society because it carried much more weight than men speaking about them. www.digitalhearing.com.au ( 1300 906 456 *conditions apply Free Hearing Tests ST-12 Hearing loss creeps up on us quite slowly and in most instances is not noticed even by our close family members. We recommend a hearing test to set your mind at ease. There is enough stress in our lives so let us help with this one and arrange a Free hearing test at any of our clinics. Free digital hearing aids avaliable to eligible pensioners and Veterans* Glenelg, Glynde, Goolwa, Greenacres, Hilton, Kingswood, Marion, Morphett Vale, Salisbury North, Plympton, Seaford, Seaton & Toorak Gardens Serving the hard of hearing community in South Australia for 14 years BLESSED: Pictured at the opening and blessing of the new CWL office are, from left: CWL Adelaide Diocesan chaplain Fr Eddie Welling, Chancellor Heather Carey, Archbishop Wilson, Pauline Victory and Madge Fahy (CWLA National President). Christine Redden, Margaret Mariner and Lyn von der Borch. Brigid Smith, Tess Donnellan, Doreen Mills and Kath Fabbro (front).