Congratulations to Year 13 Prefect and Young Vinnie, Michael Young (17) of Murrays Bay who has received a Founder Award. The Blessed Rosalie Award is presented to a student who exemplifies the spirit of Blessed Rosalie Rendu. This is the first time this Award has been given and Michael was one of four recipients. Congratulations Michael!
On Monday, 17th October the following Year 12 students were presented with their Young Vinnies badges by Rosmini College’s Headmaster, Mr Nixon Cooper at Assembly – Keefe-Jordan Durney, Ander Castelltort, Romwell Ramos, Vince Say, Jose Lauro, Amro Wadee, Chris Macdonald, James Malik, Michael Sholji, Fady Ghazzi and Preston Mackay.
On Wednesday 17th August, ten of Rosmini College’s Young Vinnies attended another Peace Conference which again was held at Westlake Girls High School. The Year 13 students were – David Lalor, Johnathon O’Sullivan-Scott, Jacob Snellaert, Matthew Mansoor, Nawaf Yacoub, Matt Chan, Michael Young, Joseph Ganley, Salam Iwaz and Matthew Kereama. The question posed at this latest meeting was, "In times of war should civil rights be suspended?"
On Saturday, 15th October, the Young Vinnies Leaders across Auckland gathered for a Thanksgiving liturgy at the McLaurin chapel in the University of Auckland. This event was to commend them on all the hard work they've done this year working with the less privileged in our society and they were presented with certificates acknowledging their efforts.
Three of Rosmini College’s Young Vinnies were awarded a Caring Award by Bishop Patrick Dunn at the Catholic Caring Foundation’s Caring Mass and Caring Awards at St Patrick’s Cathedral on Wednesday, 27th July for their service to the St Vincent De Paul Society particularly for their selfless commitment to De Paul House in Northcote. The students were Year 13 Prefects – David Lalor, Jacob Snellaert and Michael Young.
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