The Southern Cross : September 2012
September 2012 Page 17 www.thesoutherncross.org.au The Southern Cross schools | BBOOKINGS Contact Cris 8416 8460 firstname.lastname@example.org Adelaide Theological Centre 34 Lipsett Terrace, BROOKLYN PARK SA 5032 P: 8416 8460 F: 8416 8470 E: email@example.com W: www.ctcsa.edu.au Catholic Theological College of SA FRIENDS ANNUAL LECTURE VATICAN II LECTURE SERIES Vatican II: Fifty Years On The Second Vatican Council began on 11 October 1962. To celebrate this significant anniversary, Catholic Theological College of SA will commence a series of special lectures with our Friends of CTC Annual Lecture. Over the following four weeks our Vatican II Lecture series will continue. All Lectures will be held on Thursday evenings from 7:30 to 9:15pm. 11 October: Vatican II: What Happened in Adelaide? (Dr Josephine Laffin) 18 October: The Shifting Place of the Church and Lay Ministry in the Church for the World (Rev Dr. James McEvoy and Ms. Julie Trinidad) 25 October: Catholics and other Christians and Catholics and other Faiths (Rev. Dr. Dean Zweck from Australian Lutheran College and Associate Professor Stephen Downs) 1 November: Catholics and the Bible (Rev. Dr Michael Trainor) 8 November: The Modern Liturgy (Rev. Dr. Anthony Kain, Sr. Ilsa Neicinieks rsm and Dr. Patrick Cronin cfc) Venue: Room S1 Adelaide College of Divinity Campus 34 Lipsett Terrace BROOKLYN PARK Cost: $20 per session OR at the special discount price of $80 for the five nights (payable on the first night) Concessions: $15 per session OR at the special discount price of $60 for the five nights (payable on the first night) Free Parking. Supper provided Archbishop Matthew Beovich and Archbishop James Gleeson, 1971 Kildare College is one of only three SA schools competing in the 2012 Battle of the Plants, a nation-wide science competition run by the CSIRO on behalf of the High Resolution Plant Phenomics Centre (HRPPC) in Canberra. Year 9 and 11 Science students are competing against other schools and the scientists at HRPPC to grow the strongest plants in the classroom from seeds provided by HRPPC over an eight weeks. Supervised by Science teacher Paul Beltrame, the students are learning about scientific horticultural methods and plant biology. Prizes include a “student in residence” opportunity for a week at the HRPPC in Canberra with travel and accommodation provided and a digital camera. TRAINING TIPS: The Thunderbirds descended on St Joseph’s Memorial School at Norwood last month after the school won a Facebook/Foodland competition. The schools’ Parents and Friends Facebook community were an excellent support and helped the school to gain the most votes and win a coaching clinic with the Thunderbirds netballers. Pictured above is Erin Bell signing autographs. Science challenge BUDDING SCIENTISTS: (L-R) Cristina Ranieri, Melody Morgan, Caitlyn Rawson, Rasha Kardo, Aida Zarei, Ekaterina Bezzoubov and Asha Sims-Barone.