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Parish Life blog: The feeling of consolation

20 Jun 2018 | Brendan Nicholl

Examples of consolation are often found moments that elicit the emotions of happiness, joy, love, peace and humility.


The story of the Rainbow Spirit

22 May 2018 | Betty Pike

rainbow serpent from balloonsWhen God speaks to us, it is not always easy to know and understand just what we are being asked to do.


Prayer blog: Spiritual encounters in the Macedon Ranges

09 Apr 2018 | Nunzio Di Benedetto

There is much to be learned when you are 'Being with God in Nature'.


Parish Life blog: Mother Earth Day

09 Apr 2018 | Fr Andrew Hamilton

We must see ourselves as interconnected with the environment and each other.


Speaking up 
for the Land Down Under

05 Feb 2018 | Jemimah McMurray

Today it’s common practice to acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the Land and publicly pay respect to elders past, present, and emerging. But when it comes to managing the environment, do we actually listen to them? 


Reflections & activities for 'Speaking up for the Land Down Under'

05 Feb 2018 | Clare Deignan

Activities and reflection questions for 'Speaking up for the Land Down Under' in the Autumn 2018 edition.


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.


The Twelve Days of Christmas Creation Challenge

01 Nov 2017 | Jaqui Remond

This Advent season we are responding to the papal encyclical Laudato Si’ to live simply, change our lifestyle and be part of a cultural revolution to look after God’s Creation. 


Prayer blog: How about that weather?

11 Sep 2017 | Brendan Nicholls

It certainly has been a wet year. At Saint Ignatius College we have been flooded twice and survived a recent close call. We have spent many lunchtimes indoors as ‘the heavens opened’ during break times. Our football oval still has an average of two centimetres of water over the entire surface and the road near our school was 30cm under water for a second time last week.


Reflection questions & activities for 'Walking with God in nature’

30 Aug 2017 | Clare Deignan

Reflection questions and activities for 'Walking with God in nature’ in the Spring 2017 edition


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