Deaf Southern Star: 2011 (Vol. 33, No. 3)

Some of the items featured in the St Dominic’s Catholic Deaf Centre’s ‘Deaf Southern Star’ (Vol. 33, No. 3, 2011) newsletter:

  • Judith Serfontein introduces herself as the new Pastoral Worker for the Auckland Catholic Deaf Community.
  • An obituary of Sr Mary Louise Timpany OP, 1920–2011. She taught at St. Dominic’s Island Bay, Wellington from 1948-1952 and then at Feilding from 1953-1968. In 1969 she moved to the Dominican Priory in Dunedin and was on the Dominican Administration Team, She worked in Dunedin from 1969-1980. During that time Sr. Louise also taught at the local primary school. In 1970 Sr. Louise was awarded the M.B.E. for her work with the Deaf. In the mid-1970’s Sr. Louise was an important national influence as she supported and encouraged Daniel Beech in his vision to establish a National Body for the Deaf which became the Deaf Association of New Zealand.
  • David-Loving Molloy is a qualified family court counsellor and a general practice counsellor. Celia is a general practice counsellor working with Deaf families and Deaf children. She offers special programmes for depression, anger and work related issues.
  • Deaf Organisations
  • TV/Media
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