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Catholic Teacher Blog: Refugee voice of hope and resilience

24 May 2017 | Danielle Sherry

The greatest thing in the world for social justice advocate and former refugee Isaiah Lahai is not prosperity. It is legacy.


Catholic Teacher Blog: Sneaky Jesus Song - Eurovision 2017

17 May 2017 | Brendon Nicholls

'Amar Pelos Dois' was performed at Eurovision 2017 and to much surprise won the competition for Portugal; their first ever win! The song was written by Salvador’s sister Luisa who is one of Portugal’s contemporary and greatly acclaimed ‘new generation’ of artists/composers. Salvador offers his all in his performances and when asked about his style he stated, “I sing with all of my heart”. This is certainly apparent when listening to ‘Love for Both’. The critics however did not rate this number and Salvador and Portugal were shock winners in most circles.


Catholic Teacher Blog: Twinning Faith and Reason

10 May 2017 | Fr Ross Jones, SJ

Recently, I was invited to speak to our keenest Year 9 Science classes on the topic of ‘Evolution, the Big Bang and Catholicism’. And they were not backward in popping the penetrating questions! It always interests me that the boys at first can think it strange that someone could have a background in science, yet still be a priest. 


RE-cycled: Prayer Time in Foundation

30 Apr 2017 |

Every morning in the Foundation classroom, parents, carers, children and their siblings gather together to pray together.


Catholic Teacher Blog: Sneaky Jesus Song - 'Ghetto Gospel'

26 Apr 2017 | Brendan Nicholls

A ‘Sneaky Jesus song’ may not be a religious tune, but when you listen to the lyrics it could be mistaken for one.


Catholic Teacher Blog: Overflowing

11 Apr 2017 | Brendon Nicholls

At the start of Autumn, we received our long-awaited rains. As has happened in other parts of Australia over recent weeks, the rain was too much of a good thing. 


Catholic Teacher Blog: Headmaster of St Patrick College, Ballarat at the Royal Commission

22 Mar 2017 |

The following is the Royal Commission hearings transcript from John Crowley, the headmaster at St Patrick's in Ballarat, which had on its faculty some of Australia's most notorious paedophile priests. Today, Headmaster John Crowley focuses on acknowledging the past, supporting abuse victims and survivors and making sure it never happens again.


Catholic Teacher blog: International Women's Day

07 Mar 2017 |

On 8 March 2017, people all over the world will celebrate International Women’s Day. We want to hear from our female readers about their experience of being a Catholic woman. What does it mean to be a Catholic woman today? 


Catholic Teacher blog: A wise education

26 Feb 2017 | Fr Ross Jones, SJ

Fr Ross Jones, SJ contemplates an education that reaches beyond the goal of ingesting information for knowledge sake. 


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