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2014 Diocesan Catechist Mass

Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic Cathedral, Waitara
16 November 2014

 
  
 

2014 CCD Secondary Catechists' Conference

3 June 2014

The Inaugral CCD Secondary Catechists' Conference was a joint venture between the Diocese of Broken Bay and the Diocese of Parramatta. Participants included those involved in secondary ministries throughout NSW. From all accounts it was an informative event that fostered opportunities for discussion and networking.

 

Music Workshop with Andrew Chinn

On May 12, 2014 religious songwriter and singer, Andrew Chinn, presented a day of faith, stories & strategies for the classroom.  Andrew is an exceptionally inspiring presenter and attendees not only had a great day but left with renewed enthusiasm, resources and ideas for their classes.

 

2014 Regional Masses

CENTRAL COAST REGION Warnervale 14 October 2014  

MANLY PENINSULA WARRINGAH REGION  Manly   26 August 2014 

NORTH SHORE & HORNSBY REGION  Chatswood   25 August 2014

 

2013 Reflection Days with Monica Brown

May 2013
  
Terrey Hills The Entrance
 

 

CCRESS

June 2012

On 8 June a Celebration Mass and Dinner was held in the Diocese of Parramatta to mark 25 years of CCRESS in New South Wales.

A particular focus of the event was to honour the 50 years of CCD training. Training began in Sydney in April 1961 and since then CCDs from across the State have continued to provide high quality training and formation programs to catechists. Sr Mary Hugh, sgs and Sr Joan Goodwin, rsj were recognised for their contribution to the training of catechists in the Diocese of Broken Bay during the decade 1990 to 2000.

Bishop Robert McGuckin & Sr Joan Goodwin Sr Mary Hugh and Bishop David Walker The CCRESS medal presented in recognition of Services to training of Catechists.

 

Catholic Diocese of
Broken Bay

Building 2, 423 Pennant Hills Road
Pennant Hills NSW 2120

PO Box 340
Pennant Hills NSW 1715

Phone 02 9847 0000
Fax 02 9847 0001
news@dbb.org.au

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