The Sisters of The Good Samaritan - Protection of Children, Young People and Vulnerable Adults
October 2018

A lens on life in Ltyentye Apurte

PHOTO ESSAY BY Marie O’Shea SGS

Sister Marie O’Shea of Port Pirie in South Australia was one of five Good Samaritan Sisters who recently spent a week in the Aboriginal community of Ltyentye Apurte, also called Santa Teresa. Her photo essay captures aspects of life in this remote part of Central Australia.

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Photos supplied by Marie O’Shea SGS and those participating in the immersion to Ltyentye Apurte.

 

 

Marie O'Shea

Good Samaritan Sister Marie O’Shea is currently involved in initial formation within her congregation. Before that she spent a decade in Kiribati where she was involved in the Good Samaritan Early Childhood Centre and outreach to people with special needs. She has a keen interest in environmental issues and contemplative photography.

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