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28 AUGUST 2000. VOLUME 32. NUMBER 14. 4 PAGES_ 

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LSPO invites Lasallians to observe Day of Creation

Every September 1, Christians around the world celebrate the Feast of Creation. To carry the spirit of the Great Jubilee, the Lasallian Pastoral Office (LSPO) together with the Creation Spirituality Circle invites the whole Lasallian community to join in the celebration.

The call to celebrate on this special day seeks to deepen people’s awareness of their origin and to ask them to heed the call for good and faithful stewardship of all God’s creation.

Participation in the stewardship of God’s creation can be turned into inspiration for individual and communal celebrations. Daily tasks such as work, studies, household chores, and even spiritual and leisure time activities may be centered on responsible stewardship of the earth. 
For this occasion, a Eucharistic celebration will be held on September 1 at 12:10 p.m. at the Pearl of Great Price Chapel.

Lasallian Spirituality 101 to be held

Lasallian Spirituality 101 (LS101) is a response to the call of the Lasallian Ministry Action Plan for “formation for members of the Lasallian family”. This will be a day and a half live-in learning experience for DLSU-Manila faculty and personnel. It will cover the basics of Lasallian formation—the life of our founder, St. John Baptist de La Salle, the spirit of faith and zeal, and community experience. For details, call “Kuya Voc” Mistades at local 104 or 410 or email at cosvmm@mail.dlsu.edu.ph

DLSU-Manila to host bar exams anew

Upon the request of the Supreme Court of the Philippines, De La Salle University-Manila will once again serve as venue of the annual Bar Examinations.

Law graduates of the Ateneo de Manila University, San Beda College, University of the Philippines, and other schools will troop to La Salle on four Sundays of September, starting on September 3.

On these four Sundays, the campus will be for the exclusive use of bar examinees and Supreme Court personnel. Only the La Salle Brothers and their visitors at the 4th floor of St. La Salle Hall will be allowed from Saturday, 10 p.m. to Sunday 7 p.m. For those whose services will be needed during the conduct of the exams, they shall be provided with special Gate Passes by the Supreme Court.

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