Anne Darwin

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Anne Darwin is a Salesian Sister and since 1961 she has been engaged in ministry to young people aged from 4 to 16 in parishes and schools in various parts of England.

 

Anne Marie Kavanagh Milwain MRE

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Anne Marie Kavanagh Milwain MRE has been a Religious Education Specialist in Scotland since 1992 and now Faculty Head in a vibrant Catholic Secondary school in Glasgow.  As a  teacher her skills in the use of powerpoint and movie presentations has not been confined to the classroom but has become the life blood of the liturgy in school.  In her local parish she works with her husband  Andy in the choir, and also provides presentations for the communal worship, Holy Hours and periods of reflection. 

 

Cathy O'Keefe pbvm

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Cathy is a Queensland Presentation Sister. Cathy’s ministry is in Information Technology and through her IT work and in other ways she involves herself in advocacy work and solidarity with Indigenous people, refugees, the environment and other areas of justice. Her other great passion is photography which expresses her particular love of wildlife and the beauty of this Earth.

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Dorothy Woodward rsj

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Sr Dorothy Woodward rsj, is a former a former Secondary school teacher and subsequently a member of the Religious Education team of the Maitland-Newcastle Catholic Schools Office. From as far back as her memory goes, art and life have been inseparable for Dorothy.

 

Hilary Musgrave

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Hilary Musgrave, from Tramore, County Waterford in Ireland, is a former Teacher, Principal and Religious Education Advisor in the Dublin Diocese. 
 
She now works extensively in the area of Creative Spirituality through sacred clowning, story-telling and facilitation. Hilary facilitates a Celtic Pilgrimage in Ireland each year. 

 

 

Jacinta Shailer

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Jacinta Shailer is by birth a Queenslander, by choice a Sister of the Good Samaritan, by profession a teacher, by wonderful chance a wood carver and photographer, and by passionate interest a lover of Australian wildflowers and outback landscapes.

Jacinta loves the world of nature, and her journeys provide her with opportunities to use her gift for photography which was fostered during a twenty year stay in Japan. Her current fascination is with the beauty of wildflowers and landscapes. Jacinta's books - Mountains, Mists and Mystery (1995), Symphony of the Seasons (2001), and now Wildflower Journey Prayers, reveal the wonder of God's creation in all its splendour.                       

 

Liz Wiemers

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Liz Wiemers is a Good Samaritan Sister. For the past nine years she has worked at Abergowrie College, in North Queensland, as a Counsellor, and more recently as APRE.

 

Margaret OSullivan rsj

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Margaret O’Sullivan is a Sister of St Joseph, Lochinvar. After many years of Primary School Teaching, Margaret worked as a Pastoral Associate and for the last seven years has been working in Pastoral Care in Residential Aged Care facilities.

 

Mary Coloe pbvm

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Mary Coloe is a Presentation Sister lecturing in Scripture at AustralianCatholicUniversity, Melbourne. She is an author of scholarly books and articles on the Gospel of John, and pastoral reflections on the Sunday readings. Her home page is http://dlibrary.acu.edu.au/staffhome/macoloe/

Michelle Reid

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For 11 years Michelle was involved in education as a primary principal. A change of career saw her heading overseas, where she has been working in the Philippines and East Timor for the last 10 years. Michelle has made the move back to Australia and now manages a women's refuge in the northern suburbs of Melbourne. Her photography is an important medium she uses to raise awareness of different cultures and to show the beauty of this planet and its people.

 

Orien Caracciolo

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For the past year Orien Caracciolo has been contracted as Project Co-ordinator for the Liturgy Planning Images website. She is soon taking time off to have her third baby. She runs her own boutique design and photography studio on the Sunshine Coast and is developing her photography skills as a way of expressing her own spiritual journey.

 

Patricia Duffy

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Currently completing secondary school, Patricia is actively involved in her school with various Multimedia duties, and regularly plays violin at church.

Her photos capture the strong school spirit and display the spirituality evident in the school community. 

 

Rosanne Sinclair

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Rosanne Sinclair has been a member of my congregation the Congregation of the Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth for more than 35 years and has lived and work in a number of places around Australia and the World. She presently livies and workis with Sisters in Manila, Philippines.

 

Sandra Dillon

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Sandra is a North Queenslander currently living in Perth, Western Australia.  As an experienced primary teacher, religious educator and adult faith educator, she has a special interest in prayer, spirituality and integrating the arts in catechesis and religious education.

 

Tony Kiely

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My art career began in Commercial Art. This work was brought to studios, the press and multi-national Companies over many years. I then moved to freelance work doing design, commercial and architectural illustrations. I also taught art in Secondary School and TAFE Colleges in three Australian States. I have created from murals to cameos. I now have the leisure of using my art in devotional illustration and design image.     -Tony Kiely