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Living large

22 May 2018 | Kate Moriarty

Home truthsThe difficulties in trying to explain (or not) a large family.


The fight against killing

22 May 2018 | Natasha Marsh

illustrationJulian McMahon AC is one of Australia's most prominent anti-death penalty advocates.


By the will of God

22 May 2018 | Rosie Hoban

Sr Josephine CannellCelebrating her 100th birthday in February 2018, Sister of Charity Josephine Cannell looks back on a life lived for God.


A global peace movement

05 Feb 2018 | Kaitlyn Fasso-Opie

Ban the bomb peace symbolThe International Campaign to Ban Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) was the winner of the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize. Many may not be aware that the campaign began in Australia. We talk to one of the founders, Tilman Ruff, about how the campaign was first launched. 


Prophetic Australian Catholic women

05 Feb 2018 | Tatiana Kurniawan

Glass icon dedicated to Sr Irene McCormackMost people know of Australia’s first saint Mary MacKillop, but there are other Australian Catholic women who have also lived prophetic lives. We asked one of our young writers, Tatiana Kurniawan, to share some of their stories.


Monsignor Romero: The voice of the voiceless

05 Feb 2018 | Michele Gierck

Romero illustrationThe military in El Salvador might have made Oscar Romero a martyr, but they could never silence him.


Olivia keeps on swimming

05 Feb 2018 | Emilie Ng

Olivia HargroderYoung Australian of the Year nominee Olivia Hargroder is talented, determined and a fierce advocate for Australians with Down Syndrome. 


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.


Young but mighty: One student helps thousands of homeless

01 Nov 2017 | Clare Deignan

A fluffy pillow, a warm blanket, a fresh towel and a toothbrush – these are just a list of everyday items that most of us take for granted. But Year 7 student at Sacred Heart College in Sorrento, WA, Vincent Pettinicchio knows to those sleeping rough, a few simple objects can make all the difference.


Escaping the poverty trap

01 Nov 2017 | Jemimah McMurray

Thérèse Nichols is co-founder and director of OnePlate, an Australian charity that partners hospitality industry to alleviate child hunger through sustainable food projects. She is one of the special guest speakers at the Australian Catholic Youth Festival from 7 – 9 December in Sydney. 

 


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