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Parish Life blog: Combatting poverty and hunger

10 Oct 2018 | Fr Andrew Hamilton

The twin events of Anti-Poverty Week and World Food Day invite us to imagine the reality of poverty. Hunger eats at our spirits as well as at our bodies.


Catholic Teacher blog: We, as teachers

10 Oct 2018 | Fr Andrew Hamilton

World Teachers’ Day has been held on 5 October since 1994 and its aim is to honour the instructors of the world.


2011 – How to be good

18 Sep 2018 | Brian Doyle

How to be goodFirst, pick up your wet towel and at least, for heavenssake, hang it up to dry.


The gift of accompaniment

21 Aug 2018 | Mark Green

illustrationA number of Australian state governments have recently debated, and voted on, euthanasia legislation. Catholic health care organisations like Calvary Health are sharing their experiences of accompanying people through palliative care to urge politicians and community leaders to reconsider their approach to death.


People with a mission for others

20 Aug 2018 | Michele Frankeni

Vinnies Youth rep Maddie SmisVinnies has always been at the forefront of the Catholic Church’s mission on the ground. We speak to two NSW Vinnies members who are working in different ways to widen Vinnies’ mission beyond the traditional model of vouchers for food, utilities and help with rents.


Parish Life blog: Economics and politics for families

01 Aug 2018 | Fr Andrew Hamilton

Economics and politics give us much to pray about and many people to pray for.


Horton Hears A Who! reflections and activities

19 Jun 2018 | Michele Frankeni

Horton hears a whoRead the article Four life-affirming moments in Horton Hears A Who! in the 2018 Winter edition of Australian Catholics and take part in the various activities and reflections.


Rethinking the abortion debate: reflection and activities

12 Jun 2018 | Michele Frankeni

Read the article Rethinking the abortion debate in the 2018 Winter edition of Australian Catholics and take part in the various activities and reflections (older students only).


The Seamless Garment

23 May 2018 | Fr Andrew Hamilton SJ

cross on a hillWhile each Catholic is committed to following Christ, communities are often divided about what the priorities of the church should be. In this Explorations, we explore the idea of the ‘seamless garment’ – that there is a consistent ethic of life that unites all of the Church’s priorities. How can this help communities focus their efforts back on Jesus’ mission?


Alice Springs parish communities combine

22 May 2018

Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Parish in Alice Springs has been finding new common ground through regular sharing of the Eucharist among members of the Arrernte Indigenous community and the broader parish.


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