A Prayer for Peacemakers
Spirit of God, give us the openness, deep within us to recognise, daily, all people as made in your image and likeness.
Help us to learn from one another the ways of being fully alive, at peace with ourselves and with those around us. Give us the courage to transform those parts of ourselves and our world that separate and create enmity.
Help us to take steps to stop the cycle of violence in our homes, in our workplaces, in our neighbourhoods, in our country, in our world.
May we be open to our deepest yearning, for a world alive with your justice and truth, to dream of a society where all are treated with respect, and, with the power of your Spirit, to take steps to bring it about.
A woman who I admire is my mum Daniela, because she does lots of things for me and I love her so much (Ariana)
A woman who I admire is my Godmother Kerry. Kerry always guides me in the right direction and makes me feel safe (Nickie)
A woman who I admire is my mum Peggy. She helps me with anything that I need. (Bronte)
A woman who I admire is my mum Lynne. She is hard working and she supports me through everything. (Ezra)
A woman who I admire is my mummy Amy. She goes to work and helps us all. (Katy)
A woman who I admire is my mum, because she helps me and my family all the time (Olive)
A PROUD TRADITION OF CARE AND ACHIEVEMENT
“Our Lady’s Primary School recognises the importance of preparing students for a world beyond the classroom. We are constantly challenging our young minds to take learning risks and develop positive growth mindsets.”
Mrs Annie Engellenner, Principal