Jesus, nailed to the cross of the Tree of Man, Tangaza College, Nairobi, Kenya. Photo: CAS
‘Father, into your hands I commit my spirit’. Luke 23:46
Issue 1, April 2011, Highlights:
New Youth Service opens in Broome
Office of Justice, Ecology and Peace - Work should be for everybody
National Award - Michael Keane
Flood waters invade small community - Warmun
Sisters celebrate feast day
To Live in Peace
St Joseph the Worker
Justice Matters - Detained promises - Hope Springs Eternal
NDA - Nillir Irbanjin to Indiana USA
Perfect Pets - Household Hens
New Caring for the Homeless facility
Obituary - Ivan John Gogler RIP
St Mary's College - New Science Facilities
School News - Mulan
World Youth Day - Madrid 16-21 August 2011 (PDF)
Ten Steps towards being a Peacemaker - 1 (PDF)
Lay Missionary from Kalumburu, Michael Keane (L) was recognized with a national award from AQIS (Australian Quarantine and Inspection Service) for his efforts at attending to quarantine matters in the northern remote settlement.
AQIS Northern Protection Program Manager, Robert Langlands (R) was effusive in his praise of Michael, whose enduring work in this important field has long gone unnoticed.
Michael's nomination was chosen over many other candidates, who work in northern Australia on the worthy task of protecting Australia against invasive exotic pests.