SIGNS OF HOPE – Making a Difference

  • 16 July 2019
    7:30PM - 9:00PM

Fr Peter Carrucan and Sr Colleen Leonard sgs speak about making a difference for the better of many people.

Born in 1932, Fr Peter Carrucan is an amazing, passionate, “retired”, octogenarian, servant model priest.

Peter has cared for asylum seekers, refugees, the poor, the sick and all those in need for many, many years and continues to do so. He has a strong concern for social justice and in the words of Pope Francis “has the smell of the sheep about him.” He provides pastoral care to refugees in this Archdiocese and is very actively making a difference for the better for many people.

Colleen Leonard is a Good Samaritan Sister, Retreat Facilitator and Spiritual Director at the Campion Centre of Ignatian Spirituality, Kew. Colleen also enjoys freelancing ministry which embraces pastoral support of Asylum Seekers and Refugees.


Club Italia, Furlong Rd, St Albans, Victoria


Club Italia is between the Western Ring Road and Sunshine Hospital.

Come along by yourself or with a group of friends!
Be open to having your thoughts expanded or challenged by the evening of conversation, which begins with our speakers, followed by conversation around tables and then by open forum across the room. The room opens off the Bistro area.
Support the club that supports Western SIP by dining there beforehand from 6.00 p.m. Dine on a table with other Western SIP participants by notifying us at by the day before and we will book tables for all of us. Early arrival allows time to order and enjoy your meal before moving into the room we use which is off the Bistro area.