7 Feb 2011 | YOUNG PEOPLE
The first of three 2010 Delargey Award presentations will take place this weekend in Wellington.
Br Douglas Dawick FMS of the Archdiocese of Wellington will be presented with his award on Sunday 13 February at Sts Peter & Paul Parish in Lower Hutt at 5.30pm.
On Sunday 20 March a Delargey Award will be presented to “The Team” from the Diocese of Palmerston North, made up of Michael O'Sullivan, Michael Buchanan and the late Kirsty Campbell. The presentation will take place at Sts Mary’s Parish in Whanganui at 9.00am.
The third 2010 Delargey Award will be presented to Tina Shore from the Diocese of Auckland on Sunday 27 March at the Cathedral of St Patrick & St Joseph in Auckland at 7.00pm.
The New Zealand Catholic Bishops Conference and its Office for Young People announced the recipients of the 2010 Delargey Awards in December of last year.
National Project Coordinator of the Office for Young People, Sr Helen O’Sullivan RNDM, says the Delargey Award presentations will “provide an opportunity to recognise and congratulate the 2010 recipients and to acknowledge all who give of their time and energy for the benefit and empowerment of young people in the Catholic church of Aotearoa New Zealand today”.
Br Douglas Dawick FMS
Archdiocese of Wellington
Sts Peter & Paul Parish, Lower Hutt
Sunday 13 February, 5.30pm
"The Team" of Michael O'Sullivan, Michael Buchanan and the late Kirsty Campbell
Diocese of Palmerston North
St Mary’s Parish in Whanganui
Sunday 20 March, 9.00am
Diocese of Auckland
Cathedral of St Patrick & St Joseph
Sunday 27 March, 7.00pm
For more information contact
Helen O'Sullivan RNDM
National Project Coordinator
NZCBC Office for Young People
Phone: (04) 496 1778
Mobile: 021 145 0849