Catholic Charities November Newsletter 2022

Life continues to throw us challenges

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Even though life is returning to normal and COVID cases are dropping, the surging price of food, gas, electricity, petrol and rent has meant that vulnerable people continue to struggle.

This year, with a relaxation of restrictions, events like the annual Easter egg collection on April 13, organised by St Aloysius College was able to go ahead. The Catholic Charities Annual Golf Day on October 17 continues to be a fun day out to raise money for Centacare. 

We are also pleased to announce that the Catholic Charities Thanksgiving Mass on December 7 will be a joint celebration with Centacare Catholic Family Services, which is celebrating 80 years of service to the South Australian Community. 

As Chair of Catholic Charities, I want to thank you again for helping us support our agencies which continue to work with the most disadvantaged in our community during these challenging times. 

The agencies are:

  • The Aboriginal Catholic Ministry
  • Centacare Catholic Family Services
  • Hutt St Centre
  • Our Lady of La Vang
  • St Patrick's Special School

We look forward to being able to express our gratitude at the Thanksgiving Mass on December 7. 

We hope to see you there so please RSVP before November 25 on Tel: 08 8210 8117.

Jenny Brinkworth
Chair Catholic Charities 

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