UNIVERSITY STUDENTS

As university students with an eagerness to learn, untapped autonomy and more time on our hands, what can we do that is worthwhile? While we are growing in academic knowledge, it is easy to overlook how little we invest in growing as a person. After all, how can we have a truly open mind without an open heart?

The Little Women of Lowana aim to create opportunities for young women to grow by seeing through new lenses, helping these in need, and making lasting friendships that continue to exist outside of that one tutorial.

 

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Upcoming Events, Weekly Activities, Community Service & Contacts

Pledge a Donation to Lowana

Make a one-time or regular monetary gift. All donations are tax-deductible.

WEEKLY & MONTHLY ACTIVITIES

Little Women Talks - 2019

Guest Speakers, Volunteer Work & Social Events

  • Feb 23 – Bio-ethics talk 1: IVF
  • March 23 – Bio-ethics talk 2: Gender Identity
  • May 25 – Bio-ethics talk 3: Euthanasia
  • June 29 – Bio-ethics talk 4: Abortion

Community Service

University students have the opportunity to volunteer locally through outreach programs such as visit to the homeless, visit to the sick and visit to the elderly.

In collaboration with the following organisations:

  • Mama Lana’s Community Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to helping homeless and underprivileged community in the greater Penrith region. mamalanas.org.au
  • Blacktown Hospital
  • Michinbury Manor nursing home
  • Lemongrove Gardens Nursing home

Volunteering - 2019

 Please also see the Little Women Flyer

  • Feb 23 – Blacktown Hospital Visit
  • March 23 – Blacktown Hospital Visit
  • May 25 – Feeding the Homeless @ Mama Lana’s
  • June 29 – Feeding the Homeless @ Mama Lana’s

Socials - 2019

Feb 8 – Meet & Greet Dinner
March 10 – Sip &  Paint
May 11 – Op Shopping ($20 outfit challenge)
June 14 – VIVID Light Festival

Schedule

1st Monday of the month - Doctrine/Catechism Class
2nd Monday of the month - Meditation & Apologetics
3rd Monday of the month - Doctrine/Catechism Class
4th Monday of the monthRecollection and Talk

 

Meditations
Lowana’s chaplain gives a 30 minute talk on helping individuals reflect on the gospel and put their faith into practice.

When: Every 2nd Monday of the month
Time: 7.00 - 7.30pm



Evenings of Recollections

When: Fourth Mondays
Time: 6.45pm – 9.00pm at Lowana
The priest is available to hear confessions from 6 pm.

  • Monday 25 February
  • Monday 25 March
  • Monday 29 April
  • Monday 27 May
  • Monday 18 June
  • Monday 22 July
  • Monday 26 August
  • Monday 23 September
  • Monday 28 October
  • Monday 25 November
  • Monday 9 December

UNIVERSITY STUDENT RETREAT

Date: 20-22 September, 2019

Where: Bargo Conference Centre, 46 Hambridge Rd, Bargo

How to Get There: Once in Bargo, from Railside Ave, turn left into Hambridge Road. Take the 2nd left to stay on Hambridge Road.

Cost: $90.00

Payments can be made by Direct Deposit

Account Name: Lowana Study Centre
BSB: 032 – 273 | Account Number: 295 568
Remittance: Last name and year level

For bookings and enquiries: Lourdes Muerza – 0421 200 533

PHILIPPINES SERVICE PROJECT 2019

Wouldn’t you like your summer holidays to be more fun, more adventurous…and more meaningful? Join Creston College’s annual service project abroad to a developing country.

Project Date: 24 January – 9 February 2019 – to and from Sydney.
Cost: $2100 Includes flights, full R&B and all transport. PLUS $350 fundraising for project materials.
Location: Barangay Villalimpia, Loay Bohol, Philippines
Aim: Medical/Nutrition mission, Construction (eg.toilets/showers/painting), Implement Waste Management program and Community garden installation

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to stay up to date throughout the semester!

For more information please contact:
Jenna
0451 737 212 or Nicole 0425 682 281