It is true that I really enjoy audio books. Not that I do not appreciate a tangible book, but I find that I can attend to other tasks such as gardening, housework, cooking, exercise or creating an artwork while I am listening. Tapping into the auditory touches the senses which is very different than visually reading words on a page.
To make help make the resources of The DoMN Library more available, we are excited to be opening the Dilley Library, located within the grounds of St Joseph’s College, New England Highway Lochinvar, on the second Saturday of each month.
This year due to COVID restrictions some of our communities are unable to meet face to face for the Project Compassion Launch. Our Diocese has had a long history of supporting Caritas and this year we invite you to access the number of resources produced locally.
From Lent until Pentecost the people of the diocese are invited to engage in the process of contemplative dialogue, to discern more fully the framework for considering 'Building the Kingdom of God Together, Our Journey' in our diocese.
It seems only fitting that Bishop Bill formally convoked the Diocesan Synod of Maitland Newcastle on the feast of St Mary of the Cross MacKillop. One of the well-known sayings from Australia’s first saint is “Never see a need without doing something about it”.