Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Asian food and Rome, what's the connection?

Fundraiser to help send students to Rome
Gianina Nava, Brandon Nam, and Francis Apacible
hope you are hungry for Asian food

Three lucky students will experience a once in a lifetime event when they visit Rome in October. They will join Sister Beth Ann Dillon, DSMP to witness the Canonization of her order's founder, Blessed Luigi Guanella

Gianina Nava, Brandon Nam, and Francis Apacible of Archbishop Carney Secondary have a close relation with the Sister through their involvement with Vanspec.

Vanspec is an organization that teaches children with disabilities about the Catholic faith and they rely on volunteers.

To help with the cost, the student's parish Our Lady of Fatima will be hosting it's 11th annual Asian Dinner and Dance. They have served at the parish as alter servers.

The Asian Dinner Dance takes place June 18th. Tickets are $40 dollars and available through the parish office at 604-936-2525.


  1. That is too bad it was cancelled. I hope these young people can still make it to Rome!

  2. It was cancelled?


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