Where is God on our Journey?
Ministry Formation Program event with Emeritus Eugene Hurley
When: Wednesday March 13 2019
Time: 9.30am – 3.30pm
Where: Dulwich Hall, Cnr Everett Ave & Stuart Rd, Dulwich
Morning tea and lunch provided.
RSVP: by Tuesday March 12 to Suzanne Horan 8152 7807 or email email@example.com
Bishop Emeritus Hurley served as Darwin Bishop from 2007 to 2018. He was ordained a priest in 1964; been a member of the Australian Bishops Conference and past deputy chairman of Caritas Australia; patron of Melaleuca Refugee Centre; has been a member of the Ministerial Council on Asylum Seekers and Detention, Department of Immigration and Border Protection and founded the Catholic Pastoral Care Team at the former Woomera Detention Centre.
Awards and recognitions include Knight Commander, Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre.
Bishop Emeritus Hurley said he thanked God for his blessings, including his latest honour, as a Member of the Order of Australia in the recent Australia Day Honours.
Certificate presented to Ministry Formation students
April 28, 2018
Ministry Formation Students received their latest certificate at the ‘Called and Gifted' day on April 28.
Pictured: Mary, Susan, Amanda, Sonia, Rosemary and Serena with Margaret Speechley, Program Director (left) and Aldo Floreani, Program Coordinator (far right).
19 Jan 2018
Installation as Lector event
Alfred Donat was installed as a Lector for the Archdiocese of Adelaide on Friday January 19 in St Francis Xavier's Cathedral. We congratulate Alfred at this significant moment of grace on his Diaconal journey.
Congratulations MFP Graduates 2017
Joyful celebration and thanksgiving filled the Cathedral at the 2017 End of Year Mass for Ministry Formation students and their families and friends. Fr Philip Marshall VG presided, and was assisted by Fr Leon Czechowich, Fr Paul Cashen MSC, Fr Saminathan Arockiasamy SDM and Deacon Arturo Jiminea. Fr Philip in his homily reflected on the rhythm of Jesus’ life as he immersed himself in prayer at night in preparation for ministering during the day. It is God alone, he said, who can mend our broken hearts, restoring and healing us in the depths of our being. Ministry will not be so effective if we live only out of the ragged parts of our lives. Fr Philip urged us all, and especially our MFP graduates to daily enter into the depths of God where we will continually be refreshed. In this way, breathing in love, we can then breathe out love to our brothers and sisters.
The Ministry Formation Team are deeply appreciative and thankful to Archbishop Philip Wilson, priests, leaders, families and friends who so generously commit to supporting the students in their pilgrimage of faith and their dedication to growing in love and journeying with the People of God in all the joys and sorrows, griefs and anxieties of their daily lives.
A Graduation Ceremony followed where Fr Philip, on behalf of Archbishop Wilson, presented accreditation awards to the graduates: Benjamin Ruiz and Jennifer O’Neill [Certificate in Ministry]; and Ewa Starrs, Rosemary Powell, Susan Anderson, and Susan Wainright all from the Adelaide Archdiocese, also Julie Andriessen and Mary Bartlett from Pt Pirie Diocese, with the Certificate in Practical Ministry. Gayle Santic from Pt Lincoln also graduated with the Certificate in Practical Ministry but was unable to be with us.