Sydney
18 March 2001

Bishop: bad treatment of outworkers

World unsafe for women

Human cloning condemned

New Bishop of Sandhurst

World Day of Prayer

Catholic Education head defends public schools

Catholic Education head defends public schools

The ongoing terror of being a woman

More silence than ever about female torture

Editorial: St Patrick – the first anti-slavery protester

Letters: Who are sons of the Church?

My captors, my friends: Cardinal Francois Xavier Nguyen Van Thuan

Reflection: Where will charity move now?

Australia’s battlers making ends meet

Obituary: Death of pioneering Grail leader

Work-life – getting the balance right

Under the oak tree: The gentle one

New seminarians for a new millennium

18 Mar 01

World Day of Prayer

Over 100 people from a variety of Christian Churches, including the Catholic, Anglican, Uniting, Baptist and Greek Orthodox Churches gathered at St Anne’s Catholic Church in Bondi Beach for an ecumenical service to mark the World Day of Prayer on March 2.

The service was prepared by the World Day of Prayer Committee in Samoa. Sydney’s Sr Mary Cresp spoke the theme of the day, Informed Prayer, Prayer in Action, while students from St Anne’s School read the prayer of intercession.

Dressed in traditional Samoan dress they also read The Lord’s Prayer, first in Samoan, then in English.