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Northern Scenery

Brabant Lake sunset, a waterfall near our area, typical evening skyline.

Waterfalls and rapids around Brabant Lake, a cliff on Brabant Lake..

A view of Waddy River, a northern highway during winter and autumn.

Summer fun

Cabins for Camp Commitment

A big improvement this summer was the two cabins, built on either side of the school. We worked in the white cover-all buildings as much as possible to keep away from the ferocious bugs. It was a learning experience for all, and sometimes difficult, but it was great to see the progress at the end of the day.

Framing in the cover-all, the frames up,a hot summer day

Bridget and Naomi caught red handed, the finished product.

The Flag Pole

As well, we erected a 30' flag pole which let's our maple leaf fly above the tree tops.

The struggle, the raising, the true North strong and free.

Not shown. Hours of roof shingling.

Camp Commitment 2004

Finally,when the construction was done, we had camps; boy's camp, girl's camp and Holy Family Camp, each a week long. We had the biggest attendance ever, filling the cabins with enthusiastic children who participated in Catechism classes, mass, cleaning, sports, campfire, skits and sleeping when they are supposed to be sleeping.

We were blessed with four priests for camps this year; Fr. Bernard from St. Mary's in Saskatoon, Fr. Charest from Zenon Park, SK and Fr. Campbell and Fr. Saupe from the Chicago area.

some of the Wollaston and Southend girls, Boys from Southend, campfire

skilled soccer players, Leroy the red nosed reindeer, voyagers Fr. Campbell and Fr. Saupe, campfire skits

Two religous for Brabant Lake!

Joshua Caswell and Patsy Caswell have answered God's call for religous vocations. In the summer of 2003, Joshua joined the Society of St. John Cantius in Chicago, who's apostolate is "Instaurare Sacra" (Restoration of the Sacred). Patsy, in 2004, joined The Dominican Sisters of Mary Mother of the Eucharist in Ann Arbor, Michigan, which is a contemplative/teaching order. Both Brother Joshua and Sister Patsy agree that through prayer, they are more closely connected with the mission of Our Lady of the North than ever.



The inside of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church in Southend. 45 minutes away on rough road, it is the nearest church from Brabant Lake.

St. Joseph's Chapel in the fall, inside the chapel, St. Joseph's Chapel in the summer.


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