Australian Marist, Paul Sullivan and the Koori Elders at Macksville, presented a painting of a Koori representation of the Crucifixion, to the province. [Read more…] about Koori Crucifixion painting presented to province
Father Bernie Ryan has been attached to communities in Australia, New Zealand and Rome for 60 years as a gentleman with a strong faith. [Read more…] about Bernie’s 60 years as a priest
Chris Skinner has released “How can we Sing the Lord’s Song in a Foreign Land?” a song for the Marist General Chapter about to take place in Rome. [Read more…] about How can we Sing the Lord’s Song in a Foreign Land?
I belong to the tail end of the Baby Boomer generation (those born between 1943 and 1964). I missed out on the lots of the “movements” of this cohort – the free love of the sixties, Beatle-mania, the social protest movements of post 1968, the Vietnam war and so on. Some were good to miss out on, some I’d like to have been a part of – at least in theory! Baby Boomers are liberal, socially oriented, free spirited, individualistic experimenters. Also, two thirds of Baby Boomers have left the church. [Read more…] about A New Generation
Not every Marist gets to be an honorary member of the Antarctica Fire Service. Talk about working in “foreign” lands! [Read more…] about Putting out fires in the Artartica