The Southern Cross : July 2012
Page 20 June 2011 Page 2 July 2012 www.thesoutherncross.org.au INSIDE 10 Living Catholic 11 Editorial/Opinion 14-17 Schools 20 Worship 20 Crossword 21 Obituary 22 Public notices 23 Mass times The Southern Cross The Southern Cross As a condition of every contract of publication, the Publisher may in its absolute discretion at any time before publication and without assigning any reason, refuse to accept for publication or to publish any copy or other material whatever submitted to it for publication. If any copy is refused by the Publisher, any payment made will be refunded to the customer who will have no other claim of any nature whatever against the Publisher. Produced by Solstice Media Ltd., Suite 4, Cinema Place, Adelaide, SA 5000 (off Vaughan Pl). Printed by Lane Print Group for the publisher on recyclable paper. ABN 63105598187 The official publication of the Catholic Archdiocese of Adelaide 39 Wakefield Street, Adelaide SA 5000 | GPO Box 1468, Adelaide SA 5001 Editor: Jenny Brinkworth T: (08) 8210 8117 Senior Journalist: Rebecca DiGirolamo T: (08) 8210 8154 (Mon-Wed) Production Supervisor: Rosie McMutrie T: (08) 8210 8160 E: firstname.lastname@example.org Advertising: Margot Tisher T: (08) 8224 1612 | E: email@example.com Print Post Approved P530028/0064 Whitefriars celebrates 100 years – Page 15 BLESSING: Hundreds of Vietnamese Catholics, representatives of other migrant communities and the clergy gathered at Pooraka for the blessing of the new Our Lady of the Boat People statue by Archbishop Philip Wilson. The blessing coincided with the community’s family day – a major gathering, celebration of the Mass, sharing of food and entertainment. Archbishop Wilson told the community that just as their dedication to Our Lady of the Boat People protected them during their perilous journey to Australia, now it continues to protect them as they make their perilous journey in their life of faith here in Adelaide. He said the dedication to Our Lady of the Boat People would not be confined to the Vietnamese community but also to others who would visit the statue. Photos: Ben Macmahon Hail Mary MERCY VISIT: The leader of the newly established Institute of Sisters of Mercy of Australia and Papua New Guinea (PNG), Sister Berneice Loch (left), and the Institute’s Vicar, Sister Annette Schneider, met with Archbishop Wilson in Adelaide recently. The foundation Eucharist of the Institute took place in Sydney last December. Amazing Grace – pages 12-13 Click here to check out the Archbishop’s Facebook page for postings on events and matters of interest.