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Some Christmas Carols
Three Hours of Christmas Music, Traditional Instrumental Christmas Songs Playlist, Piano & Orchestra
Christmas in Vienna 1999 The Three Tenors L.Pavarotti, J.Carreras, P.Domingo 1hr 21 mins
Another three hours of relaxing Christmas Music 2017, Festive Christmas Christmas Instrumental, mainly Jazz
Andre Rieu – The Christmas I Love – 2013
Anne Greene (1884 – 1965) missionary and nurse
On her arrival in 1929, Sister Anne Greene initially taught in the school at Broome, then at the mission at Beagle Bay (picture above) in Spartan conditions, offering health care, education and counselling. Patients included Aboriginal people suffering from Hansen’s bacillus (leprosy).
Mary Glowrey (1887 – 1957) Catholic religious sister and medical practitioner
In 1911, Mary Glowery became the first medical woman to be appointed as a resident in a New Zealand hospital, at Christchurch. On her return she, like several of the other early women doctors worked to improve the health and welfare of Victorian women and children, while maintaining positions at the Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital, St Vincent’s Hospital and setting up a private practice in Collins Street, Melbourne.
Donald Robinson (1922 – 2018) Archbishop of Sydney
Bishop Robinson, lectured at Moore Theological College for more than 30 years, influenced a generation of future ministers and scholars. His innovative approach to Biblical Theology is one of his many lasting legacies. While a scholar of great intellect, he was also a man of great humility and grace.
Eileen O’Connor (1892 – 1928) co-founder of the Brown Nurses
During Eileen O’Connor’s brief life, she co-founded the religious order of Our Lady’s Nurses of the Poor — more commonly known as the Brown Nurses — dedicated to helping the sick and dying poor in their homes.
A listing of influential Australian Catholics
A tribute to the congregations of two rural churches
Two former churches few km apart in Central Victoria. Postcode 3645.