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Pilgrims 100 is an Adelaide group that supports the work of Jesuit Mission. Members come largely from Saint Ignatius' school and parish families. Each year they consider three Jesuit Mission projects and vote to send the money to one of them. The pilgrims have raised $150,000 for Jesuit Mission in the last two years. The pilgrims currently comprise 86 members out of the 100 they are aiming for. Each member undertakes to raise $1,000 a year. If you wish to learn more contact the chair, James Hill.

At their function last Friday Helen Forde, CEO of Jesuit Mission gave an update about Pilgrims 100 projects. Old Ignatian Bill Smith ('79), who worked on the international war crimes investigations in Cambodia and the former Yugoslavia was the guest speaker at their gathering. There is a painting of Bill in the foyer of the Campion library by artist David Disher ('82), also an Old Ignatian, titled Reflection of a Head Case.

Fr Peter Hosking SJ
Rector

Image right: Bill Smith with Fr Peter Hosking SJ at Pilgrims 100 function

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