Newsletter Subscribe
Australian Catholics Subscribe

Search Results for "healthycommunitylife"

1-10 out of 196 results.


Helping kids in times of need

07 May 2019 | Elise Ho

Since it was first established in 1991, Kids Helpline has been a lifeline for young people at critical moments in their lives. One of our young writers speaks to a counsellor at the service.


Christ is alive

07 May 2019

Five takeaways from Pope Francis’ letter on young people and the Church, Christus Vivit, which was released in April.


Logging on to our selves

07 May 2019 | Ann Rennie

We have more ways to connect with each other than ever before, yet so many people are feeling anxious and unhappy. What’s the connection that we’re missing?


My mental health journey

07 May 2019 | Caitlin Humphrys

After first being diagnosed with depression and anxiety at the age of 13, Caitlin Humphrys says her mental health journey has had its ups and downs. But she’s been blessed with the support of her family, school community, health professionals, and faith.


Climbing the mountain

07 May 2019 | Anna Watt

Dave Jorna has been running retreat days and leadership programs for young people in schools around Australia for more than a decade. Anna Watt speaks to him about his philosophy for having a healthy mentality, and what he learned while supporting someone close to him suffering from mental health issues.


A space for all students

07 May 2019 | Francine Crimmins

A mental health project at St John Fisher College in Queensland has given students a space where they can chill out and connect with each other when they need it.


Exam-busting 101: How to de-stress your brain while studying

07 May 2019 | Sinead Goodfellow

Completing school assignments on time and studying for exams are some of the most stressful parts of being a teenager. One of our young writers shares some of her tips for ensuring you care for your mental health and wellbeing, so that you can study smarter not harder.


Explorations: Mental illness

07 May 2019 | Andrew Hamilton SJ

The Christian response to mental illness has its roots in Jesus’ healing ministry, and the belief that each person is made in the image of God. But stigma has always followed those who are mentally ill, and even today some of that still lingers.


Setting some new KPIs

10 Nov 2018 | Ann Rennie

As we look towards the new year, perhaps we need to set ourselves some new goals so we can work towards everyday holiness.


Silent Night: The origins of a classic Christmas tune

10 Nov 2018 | Lawrence Brazier

This year, one of the world’s most loved Christmas hymns turns 200. Few, however, might know the story of how it came to be composed.


page:  1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   10   11   12   13   14   15   16   17   18   19   20

1-10 out of 196 results.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This website uses cookies to give you the best, most relevant experience.

Using this website means you are okay with this.

You can change your cookies settings at any time and find out more about them by following this link