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CORE Camp
 
 
Foundations in Youth Ministry Camp - CORE
 
We invite all NEW youth ministers (1-3 years experience) to join us for a camp to build foundations in leadership, ministry and the life of Christ.
 
This camp will allow you to learn practical skills in planning and running all difference aspects of youth ministry as well as an opportunity to meet others in the same role as you!
 
The Camp will be held at Don Bosco Camp, Safety Beach from 22-24 February 2019
Cost is  $85 for all meals and accommodation.
Any queries to: aoy@cam.org.au 
 
Register now via: www.trybooking.com/YSJJ [limited places available]
 
 
 
 
Formation
Foundations in Vatican II with Fr Max Vodola

The Second Vatican Council happened long before the young people of today’s Church were born yet  this separation through time did nothing to hinder the enthusiasm of the youth gathered to learn about the council at the Archdiocesan Office for Youth’s Foundations in Vatican II. Over two weeks Church historian Fr. Max Vodola, from the Catholic Theological College, introduced the crowd to the person of Angelo Roncalli (better known as Pope John XXIII) and the council which they’d heard so much about. During this Year of Faith, Fr. Max did much to debunk the crowd’s misconceptions of the council and contextualised not only the council, but how it has affected our current styles of worship and Church. Many of the youth gathered found the talks enlightening, humorous and a great foundational introduction to the Second Vatican Council. The AOY thanks Fr. Max for his involvement and encourage anyone who wants to learn more about the topic, to pick up Fr. Max’s book Friendly Guide to Vatican II from Garrett Publishing. Below is footage from the two evenings combined (note that running time is 1 hour 30 mins)
 
 
 




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