SENIOR students from Catholic schools of Brisbane archdiocese came away from the annual Powerhouse of Leaders energised and determined to never give up on their goals.
NINE young men from Brisbane, Toowoomba and Rockhampton dioceses recently embarked on a Quo Vadis vocations weekend at Banyo's Holy Spirit Provincial Seminary.
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- Bishops give support to scheme helping families
- New resource for Catholic youth
- Exhibition set to honour commitment of religious
- College digs deep for asylum seekers
- Bishop concerned about 'locking families away'
Launching his Pentecost Letter to Young People at All Saints' Church, Albany Creek, on Sunday ARCHBISHOP MARK COLERIDGE of Brisbane issued a hope-filled challenge for the youth of the archdiocese and the wider community. This is his message
ACCORDING to the account of Luke in the book of Acts, the Holy Spirit descended upon the disciples 50 days after the resurrection day, so the title "Pentecost", (Greek for the 50th day) was given by the Church to the feast celebrating the coming of the Spirit.
WHETHER it's with pushbikes for transport or laptops for communication, Brisbane teacher Stephen Jorgensen is determined to help refugees and asylum seekers in any way he can.