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Brother Mark Vanvarbongoi, one of the first Melanesians to enter the Christian Brothers died on 10 December 2016 aged 84 years having spent 61years in our Congregation. I believe this made him the longest serving and oldest Papua New Guinea National in the Congregation. He has most recently been in community in Vunakanau, Papua New Guinea.
May he find the fullness of life with God in eternity and rest in peace.
The name given to the annual visit of a group of young adult Edmund Rice Camp leaders from Australia. They spend time meeting their East African counterparts and together running Edmund Rice Camp activities.
The visit has become a regular part of our January timetable. Good news this year – Kenya’s improved security situation has allowed the group to include Kenya in its itinerary again, after several years of visiting Arusha only.
Jean-Pierre makes some new friends.
During January, Edmund Rice Camps occurred in every state of Australia, in New Zealand and in East Africa. In Tasmania, camps were held as usual in the North and the South of the state.
The northern Camp at Hagley Farm School enjoyed evening meals under a spreading oak tree.
At the southern camp at Dysart, ERCT executive officer Andrew Blackett welcomed visitors
(Pictured) Anthony Chapman (Board Chair of ERCT), Dr Pauline Meemeduma and Br Vince Skelly (Regional Coordinator Qld/NSW/Tas).