Saturday, December 8, 2018

Learn More About the Call to the Consecrated and Religious Life!

Are you interested in a Dominican Vocation? The Spring Newsletter has a special on What Do Novices Do All Day? (And other Sisters too.) Take a peek; perhaps you might find yourselves called by God to consecrate yourselves to Him in the Dominican Order!

Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Would You Be Able to Help the Sisters?

The months have simply flown by, all too quickly, with its round of work, school, and prayer. Already half the year has gone, and the second Semester of school beckoning round the corner with the always eagerly-anticipated feastday of our holy father Saint Dominic, choir festivals, and the joyous celebration of Our Lady of the Holy Rosary.

But, in order for our work and apostolate to continue, we do need your help and prayers. Funds are urgently needed to complete the second wing of the Convent to accommodate the young ladies who wish to give themselves to God by living the Dominican life. Our latest newsletter has the details of it all. Please do download a copy and pass it on to your friends and relatives, and anyone whom you think would be in the position to help us in any way. No sacrifice, prayer or gift will be counted small in the eyes of Almighty God.

As you can see from the photograph above, we haven't got a cloister, only an "L" wing, which leaves us very much exposed to the elements. As we are in a swampy area here in Tynong, the ground gets water-logged very quickly, especially in winter, and turns into sticky clay that clumps around one's feet. (We also get entire colonies of mosquitoes in the summer!) With the driving rains of winter upon us, we have to battle floods and mudpools while making our way to school several times a day, often in dire weather conditions. The smaller-built Sisters sometimes literally get "blown away" by the wind!

Please, if you are able to better our situation, we would be happy to hear from you! We pray for all who have and continue to support us in our work and apostolate here in the antipodes - may the good Lord be gracious and merciful to us all.