We have a very busy term ahead of us and we start the month of October being World Mission Month. This year, Pope Francis has chosen the theme ‘Baptised and Sent: The Church of Christ on Mission in the World’.
This year, Catholic Mission is encouraging students across Australia to learn about how the Church in Ghana is taking a lead in providing life-saving care to children with disability and fostering their personal development for a brighter future.
At St Brigid’s we are accessing the Catholic Mission’s school resources to enable us to give children a chance to do something extraordinary for mission, learn about Ghana and the work of the Church there, and contribute through their fundraising, advocacy and prayers.
As part of our fundraising we will be holding a “Crazy Sock Day” next Wednesday 16th of October. The students come dressed in the most craziest socks they can find or make. We ask that each student brings a gold coin donation for this day.
The year 2M class will also be running the Catholic Mission Month mass here at St Brigid’s on Tuesday 15th October at 12:00pm in the M.P.A – everyone is welcome to join.
Book Fair is coming!! It will be held in the library from Monday 4th November to Friday the 8th November. Opening hours will be available closer to the fair. Supporting our Book Fair is a great way to help build the library collection. A commission is earned on all purchases which is then spent on buying new books for the library.