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Reflecting God's Presence

A companion on the Journey


First produced as a presentation gift for the graduating students of De La Salle College, this book has been modified to make it suitable for anyone to read and develop an increasing awareness of the presence of God in the personal journey each of us makes through life.

• For a principal or pastor, Reflecting God’s Presence provides abundant stimulus material for public addresses, homilies, staff or parent reflections.

• For a teacher, it is a rich resource for reflecting with students on the journey of life.

• For senior or graduating students, it is intended to be a contact point, a means of staying in touch with their inner spiritual selves.

• For parents, it can be an engaging source of reflection on the place of God in our lives.

Too many young people simply drift away from God. Here is something to help them hold on to the values for which religious schools exist. Here too is a useful text for anyone interested in promoting values-based education.


I believe this book may even help some people discover that they are more religious than they think – not in the sense of being pious, but in the way that good people, trying to lead decent lives, possess a spiritual dimension that inspires them to care for others and for the society in which they live’.
— Bill Firman fsc (Editor)



Bill Firman has been a member of the De La Salle Brothers since 1962. During that time he has been Headmaster at a number of schools in Australia and New Zealand, Provincial of the order and Director of the well-known young people’s charity, BoysTown. He is presently Headmaster of De La Salle College, Malvern, the same school where he was College Captain more than forty years ago.

Reflecting God's Presence
ISBN: 9780975114841
$ 39.95


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