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The struggles of teens

09 Aug 2017 | Michele Gierck

In Being 14, author Madonna King explores what it’s like to be a teenage girl in today’s world.

Saints for all seasons: St Katharine Drexel

09 Aug 2017 | Peter Fleming

A life of privilege beckoned, but it wasn’t what this wealthy heiress desired.

A connection beyond words 

09 Aug 2017 | Max Cumming

Music can be a way to discover yourself, connect with others, and feel part of a community. What is it about music that brings people together? 


Celebrities who brought communities together

09 Aug 2017 | Morgan Triskelidis

Celebrity culture’s not always ideal, but sometimes I’ve found myself drawn into causes after they’ve been highlighted by someone famous.

Alfred Smith – Faith and politics

09 Aug 2017 | Peter Fleming

Peter Fleming looks at a politician who managed to make his faith come to life through his work. 

A freedom of spirit

23 May 2017 | Thea Kurniawan

I know many inspiring women who have faced the odds to succeed in their respective missions, but none have captivated me in the way Elena Reidy has.

My mother’s story

23 May 2017 | Susie Hii

My mother, Angela Yong, passed on to us the most enduring gift – faith. She had inherited her faith from the British nuns who looked after her in a children’s home.

A living law

23 May 2017 | Lindy McNamara

As director of Adelaide Archdiocese’s Tribunal, Sue Rivett’s role is to adjudicate on marriage annulment applications. As a woman whose own marriage broke down, she’s able to bring empathy from her own experiences to the task.

Empowering women as 
mothers and leaders

23 May 2017 | Michael McVeigh

Can a mother really have a successful career and a happy family life? 
Prue Gilbert knows it’s possible if workplaces allow it. 
A mother of three herself, Prue is working with organisations across the country to support women in remaining in the workforce.

Helping girls build a more inclusive future

23 May 2017 | Caitlin Hardy

Nicole Christensen is the principal at Monte Sant’Angelo Mercy College in North Sydney. One of her students, Caitlin Hardy, interviews her about what it means to be a female leader in education.

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