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Respond with your gut

13 Feb 2018 | Fr Ross Jones SJ

Fr Ross JonesThe Good Samaritan parable has great resonance today, according to St Aloysius’ College Rector, Ross Jones SJ. This is an abridged version of Fr Jones’ beginning-of-year sermon.


Prayer blog: Becoming more human

22 Nov 2017 | Michael McVeigh

Reconciliation with creation isn’t just about changing the way our society uses resources and impacts on the environment. It’s also about reconsidering how we live in the world and relate to each other as individuals.


Slavery’s continued impact

01 Nov 2017 | Kate Mani

Australians are shocked when they discover slavery still exists today even in their home country, says Sr Stancea Vichie MSS.


Reflection questions & activities for 'Sowing seeds in a welcoming land’

18 Oct 2017 | Clare Deignan

Reflection questions and activities for 'Sowing seeds in a welcoming land’ in the Spring 2017 edition 


Prayer blog: Eradication of Poverty Day

15 Oct 2017 | Andy Hamilton SJ

We usually think of poverty as something that afflicts third world nations. But it is also present in Australia – shamefully so, in a nation of great wealth. We can see its effects in the lives of Indigenous Australians, with their poorer life expectancy income and educational opportunities, and greater likelihood of addiction, hospitalisation and jailing.


Reflection questions & activities for 'The value of diversity’

06 Sep 2017 |

Reflection questions and activities for 'The value of diversity’ in the Spring 2017 edition


Reflection questions & activities for 'Empowering women as mothers and leaders'

16 Aug 2017 | Geraldine Martin

Reflection questions and activities for 'Empowering women as mothers and leaders' in the Winter 2017 edition   


The value of diversity

13 Aug 2017 | Madeleine Hamilton

The mood was subdued at the gates of our small Catholic primary school one afternoon in June this year. Ten per cent of our school’s students have an autism diagnosis, and for their parents who had read Pauline Hanson’s comments to the Senate that day, those familiar feelings — dismay at the ignorance and lack of empathy of some people, worry for the future, and defiant pride in their diverse children — had been activated yet again.


The parish of the highway

09 Aug 2017 | Beth Doherty

For the last two years, a large motor home has become a beacon of hope for the Catholic community of Maitland-Newcastle Diocese, as the mobile base of Fr Richard Shortall SJ. 


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. 


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