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27/04/2015: New Zealand


Student Leaders' Forum
The ninth annual Marist Student Leaders Forum was held last weekend at Hato Petera College with 41 participants from Auckland to Invercargill. Those following the cricket will know that last weekend in Auckland, was a superb weekend weather wise though we still got rain during the BBQ at Long Bay on the Friday evening (the fourth time in five years.) Read More >>
News from Mulivai
Our new volunteer from Germany, Christian Wilhelm, has arrived in Samoa.  The Alafua community joined us yesterday for toana'i and we had a simple welcome for Chris, He was understandably tired when I fetched him at the airport.
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A quick lowdown on the latest from the FM Connection Team as the enter the new year with a newly shaped community. 
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A Montagne Prayer

Lord, in experiencing your loving presence,
Marcellin felt a powerful urge to live
the way of the Gospel as Mary did.
Through the ‘Montagne experience’ you moved
Marcellin to respond to the crying needs of his times
by gathering together the first Brothers
to evangelise young people in need.
May we, too, feel the power of your loving presence.
May we also know the call to live as Mary did.
May we learn from Marcellin to think as Mary thinks,
feel as she does, and do, as she would have us do.
Marcellin, we ask you,
to refresh in our hearts
the spirituality that was given you,
so that we may meet the challenges
that face us today
with courage and audacity.
(Br. Romuald Gibson)  

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