The Southern Cross : September 2010
NEWS PUBLIC NOTICES Page 30 September 2010 The Southern Cross www.adelaide.catholic.org.au DIARY DATES If you would like a family member's baptism, wedding or death recorded in The Southern Cross, free of charge, please phone 8210 8117, or your parish, for a form. Funeral providers also have forms for death notices. BAPTISMS CARR, Thomas Walter. Parents: Kylie Noble & Matthew Carr of Warradale. Godparents: Emma Kibble and Trent Wilson. Baptised at St Joseph's, Brighton on August 15, 2010. MORELLI, Cristian. Parents: Talia & Anthony Morelli of Henley Beach. Godparents: Bianca and Robert Grech. Baptised at Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Church, Henley Beach on August 22, 2010. WILLIAMS, Olivia Anne. Parents: Natasha & Aaron Williams of Mount Barker. Godparents: Andrew Williams and Vanessa Daly. Baptised at Our Lady of Mercy, Mount Barker on August 1, 2010. DECEASED BRADY, Daniel Gerard O'Callahan. Late of Hahndorf. Deceased 28/6/2010. Previously of Adelaide Hills Parish. Frank J Siebert Funeral Directors 8223 5879. ELPHICK, Josephine Margaret. Late of Findon. Deceased 26/7/2010. Previously of Woodville Park Parish. Frank J Siebert Funeral Directors 8223 5879. HABICH, Jean Clarice. Late of Rosewater. Deceased 1/8/2010. Previously of Kingswood Parish. Frank J Siebert Funeral Directors 8223 5879. KAIN, Peg. Late of Edwardstown. Deceased 4/8/2010. Previously of Edwardstown Parish. Frank J Siebert Funeral Directors 8223 5879. It might be 43 years since the Marist Brothers left Rosewater, but there is still a small band of loyal and enthusiastic old scholars organising reunions every 10 years -- and attracting over 250 old scholars as well. A school run by the Marist Brothers was opened in Port Adelaide near the overhead railway bridge on Commercial Road in 1897. The grounds were unsuitable as it would flood each year, so the Brothers with the help of Archbishop Spence, then purchased a more suitable block of land in Newcastle St, Rosewater. The school moved there in 1927 -- after the boys carried their own school desks the three miles from Port Adelaide because the school couldn't afford transport. The Marist Brothers remained at Rosewater until December 1966 and then the school was handed over to the Alberton Parish to run. The Marist Brothers College, Alberton, is now the Mt Carmel College Senior School. A reunion has been organised for Sunday October 24, 2010 at the Old School in Newcastle St, commencing at 11.30am for all old scholars and their wives/ friends, together with any old scholars and their partners and friends from Mt Carmel College previously run by the Sisters of St Joseph. Reunion organiser Terry Cashin said many of the boys owed their early schooling success to the Sisters of St Joseph and he hoped that many of these "wonderful nuns and old students" will join the Marist old scholars on this special day, one week after the canonisation of Mother Mary MacKillop. "So many remarkable priests and brothers were also produced by these two schools," Mr Cashin said. "We have already invited approximately 10 priests who all owe their early education to the Sisters of St Joseph and/or the Marist Brothers. "Many well known names in the judiciary, Parliament, medicine, commerce and industry have attended schools run by the Marist Brothers and Sisters of St Joseph at Alberton over the years. In addition, many more former scholars have made their mark as successful parents and participants in all walks of life, contributing significantly to their diverse communities throughout the State and nationally." He said sport ranked very high in the school's curriculum and the College recognised high achievement in this area. Many students regarded playing for the Port Adelaide Football Club as the ultimate ambition and the College supplied many Port Adelaide football players. The Marist Brothers also conducted schools at Thebarton, Port Adelaide, Mt Gambier and Norwood and as these schools closed many years ago, any of their old scholars are welcome to attend the reunion on October 24. ̨ If you would like to attend this reunion please phone Malcolm Allison 8281 1361 or Terry Cashin 8280 7293 for more details. Funeral Directors Frank J Siebert Life changing. When you engage in Funeral ritual, you acknowledge life passed, give meaning to life lived, encounter your sense of loss, and your journey of grieving. When someone we love dies, we touch the mystery of life changing, not ending. Signature Service ... since 1867 Dedicated to Faith-centred Funerals Phone (08) 8223 5879 24 hours 7 days 49 Wakefield Street, Adelaide 5000. Proprietor and Manager B Siebert School ties to the Port MARIST MEMORIES: School photo from circa 1930. WHETSTONE, Poppi Grace. Parents: Nicola & David Whetstone of North Haven. Godparents: Shane Fendt, Brooke Townsend, Jenni Savage and Anthony Maitland. Baptised at Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Church Henley Beach August 8, 2010. Sept 7 -- Spirituality in the Pub, Hahndorf Old Mill, Main St., buffet 6pm; presentations & discussion 7.20pm; 'Roffey Lecture' Hieu Van Le, Lt. Governor of SA, chairman SA Multicultural and Ethnic Affairs Commission. Sept 14 & 15 -- Nazareth Catholic College Tours -- Primary Campus, Sept 14, 176 Crittenden Rd, Findon, 9am; Secondary Campus, 1 Hartley Rd, Flinders Pk, Sept 15, 9.30am. Ph: 8406 5000 to register. www.nazareth.org.au Sept 17 -- 7pm to 10pm St Aloysius Old Scholars Association will hold College Cocktails at SAC Judith Redden Centre, 53 Wakefield Street, Adelaide. Tickets $40 including champagne cocktail on arrival, drinks throughout the night and canapés. Contact SAC on 8217 3200 for tickets. Sept 20 -- Supper Club -- 6pm Alberton Hotel, 124 Port Rd. Speaker: Det. Sgt Barry Blundell (SAPOL Commercial & Electronic Crime Branch) on Cyber Safety. Book: 8447 1069. Sponsored by Archdiocesan Catholic Women's League. All welcome. Sept 27 -- Supper Club -- Crown Hotel, Old South Rd, Old Reynella. Meals: 6.15--7.30pm. Speaker: Pat Smytherman OAM, 20 years of carer support now world Best Practice. Enq: Pauline 8381 9550, Margaret 8381 9681. Don: $2. Sponsored by Archdiocesan Catholic Women's League. All welcome. Oct 4 -- The Multifaith Association of SA, which promotes tolerance and understanding between people of different faiths and beliefs is holding a full-day symposium with the theme Be Inspired and Connected! Hawke Centre, City West Campus of UniSA, North Tce, Adelaide. Speaker: Sherene Hassan, Vice President of Islamic Women's Assoc., Melbourne. Cost: $20 (Full) $10 (conc.). Enq: Kris 0468 542 233. Crossword no. 113 solution from page 26. 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