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Thursday, September 2, 2010

RSVP's Now Due - Second Pastoral Planning Plenary Session

Hi

RSVP's for the Second Plenary Session are now due. Thank you to those who have already RSVP'ed. 

Please RSVP by replying to pastoralplanning@woll.catholic.org.au (RSVP's are essential for catering). The plenary is on Saturday 18 September (10am-2.30pm) at Saint Patrick's College Campbelltown (4 St John's Road).

Bishop Peter invites us to our second pastoral planning plenary session to help consider responses to goals from the first plenary in the areas of evangelisation; celebration of the Mass; inclusive communities; gifts in ministry; faith and spirituality; and developing diocesan structures to meet new needs. We are being offered a great opportunity to help plan together with Christ for the future of the church in our region.

Transport for Shoalhaven and Illawarra participants

We are offering transport via bus commencing at Kiama at 7.45am with stops at Albion Park at 8.15am and Fairy Meadow at 8.45am before heading up to Campbelltown (return trip included). Bus travel will be free. Please advise ASAP if you require this service.

Childcare and interpreters for the Deaf community

Childcare facilities will be available through CatholicCare's support. Please advise ASAP the number of children (and ages) you will be bringing.

AUSLAN interpreters are available to sign for the Deaf community. Please advise ASAP if you will require this service.

Preparation Materials - Journey Magazine

Please read the 10 page Pastoral Planning supplement in Journey Magazine available in parishes and schools at the end of this week. You can download a low res copy (PDF) of the supplement HERE. Please advise if you require bigger print.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Jane Edwards on 4253 0899 or me on 4253 0902. You can also contact us via email by pressing reply.

We look forward to your participation at the Plenary!

Cheers

Daniel Hopper
Coordinator of Pastoral Planning


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