Unless you try to do something beyond what you have already mastered, you will never grow.
This year LifeLink Day was held on Wednesday 6 June. Archbishop Costelloe invited representatives from every primary school to join him at Newman College Auditorium for the launch of LifeLink 2018. All Catholic schools within the Perth Diocese were asked to bring cards they created and then to present them as a powerful and visual demonstration of our young people joining together to help people in need. OLA was represented by Sophia, Ella and Marc and Adam.
I found it interesting when the Archbishop took out his special staff because I didn't know what it symbolised. He also talked about being a good shepherd and what it meant
Lifelink is a caring foundation that helps people in need. Today we learnt a lot about it when I went to the Lifelink Day Launch. The Archbishop and Bishop taught me a lot about Lifelink I now know a lot about it and I really want to help!
Lifelink is about how we can donate to a community and how we can help out. There are many people that are less fortunate than us and they need our help.
We went to Lifelink on the 6th of June. The Bishop spoke to us about being a good shepherd to those in need and not leaving anybody behind.