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Prayer blog: Moving on from 'sorry time'

07 Apr 2015 | Fr Brian McCoy

Fr Brian McCoy reflects on our post-Easter journeys and how we can move from the passion of Christ into the joy of the Easter season.


Reflection questions and activities for 'The changing tides of the Great War'

26 Feb 2015 | Clare Deignan

Reflection questions and activities for 'The changing tides of the Great War', from the Summer 2015 edition


Reflection questions and activities for 'Did we learn nothing?'

12 Feb 2015 | Clare Deignan

Reflection questions and activities for 'Did we learn nothing?', from the Summer 2015 edition


Reflection questions and activities for 'Men of God in their midst'  

29 Jan 2015 | Clare Deignan

Reflection questions and activities for 'Men of God in their midst', from the Summer 2015 edition


A letter to Pompey Elliott

29 Jan 2015 | Michael McGirr

Dear Harold ‘Pompey’ Elliott, Once upon a time, your name was one of the best known in Australia. Practically every school child in Australia in the 1920s wrote an assignment about you. I wonder now how many people know your name. We have much to learn from your story, not least about the nature of leadership.


The changing tides of the Great War

29 Jan 2015 | Val Noone

While Catholic leaders joined their Christian brethren in supporting World War I at its outbreak, attitudes at home and abroad changed as the conflict took its deathly toll. As we prepare to mark the anniversary of this devastating conflict, historian Val Noone looks back at the experiences of Australians at the time.


What Gallipoli means to me

29 Jan 2015 | James Manoussakis

The Gallipoli Centenary is an opportunity for young people to reflect on the last 100 years and remember what the soldiers endured for their comrades and for the freedom of our nation. With the death of Alec Campbell, the last living Anzac, in May 2002, the responsibility of maintaining the legacy and the spirit of the Anzacs now rests with my generation.


Men of God in their midst

29 Jan 2015 | Michael McVeigh

Father Morgan Batt is a chaplain, commonly known as a padre, with the Australian Defence Force. His ministry has taken him into global hotspots such as East Timor and Iraq, where his role involves being with the men and women soldiers wherever they are – whether it’s in camp or on patrol in hostile environments.


Did we learn nothing?

29 Jan 2015 | Clare Deignan

Eleven years after Donna Mulhearn first went to Iraq as a human shield, she is still working tirelessly for peace. It was the Prayer of St Francis that inspired Donna to travel to Iraq in 2003. Over the last decade her commitment to live the Prayer of St Francis has brought her to Iraq five times, as well as other war‑torn regions. As Australia returns its military forces to Iraq, Australian Catholics spoke to Donna about the situation in the country today.


Prayer blog: Counting grains of sand

26 Jan 2015 | Andrew Hamilton

Fr Andrew Hamilton SJ looks at what we can learn about God and prayer on a summer holiday at the beach. 


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