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Best foot forward

07 Jan 2013 | Fiona Basile

Best foot forwardWhat better way to explore the link between faith and physical activity than a walk in the bush?

Dream teams

07 Jan 2013 | Penny Edman

Dream teamsElite sporting stars are becoming role models for Indigenous young people, helping them see the benefits in health and fitness.

Coaching the coaches

07 Jan 2013 | Ashleigh Green

Coaching the coachesIn June 2010, Dr Paul Callery and a group of students from the Australian Catholic University travelled to East Timor to launch the East Timor Sports Program.

What it means to love the land

18 Dec 2012 | Tim Kroenert

What it means to love the landArchie Roach's latest project, Butcher's Paper, Texta, Blackboard and Chalk, shares the stories of children in Aboriginal communities, where the land is not just home – it's a place to play.

Four things we can learn from indigenous cultures

18 Dec 2012 | Ashleigh Green

Four things we can learn from indigenous culturesToday, there are 370 million indigenous people in the world. Indigenous people make up 5 per cent of the world's population, yet they constitute 15 per cent of the world's poor. Caritas Australia's Walk as One campaign is currently raising awareness of this alarming statistic, and by getting involved in this campaign, we can do something about it.

From boys to men

18 Dec 2012 | Michael McVeigh

From boys to menA successful scholarship program for Indigenous students is about providing more than just a quality education. At St Ignatius' College, Riverview in Sydney, the boys are given an insight into what it means to be Indigenous men, so they can be the next generation of leaders and role models in their communities.

Moments of reconciliation

18 Dec 2012 | Michael McVeigh

Moments of reconciliationOver two decades have passed since Pope John Paul II's historic speech to Indigenous Australians in Alice Springs in 1986. We ask some Indigenous leaders what have been some of the most significant recent landmarks for Indigenous Catholics in Australia.

A journey into reconciliation

24 Sep 2012 | Ashleigh Green

A journey into reconciliationCatholic Earthcare's Creation and Reconciliation Pilgrimage was a life-changing journey for people with environmental concerns and a desire for greater harmony with Indigenous peoples.

Lessons in living

23 Sep 2012 |

Lessons in livingOne of the most powerful experiences schools can offer students is to take them out of their comfort zones, to have them experience the lives of others first-hand. Some offer street retreats, giving students a chance to work among the homeless or marginalised. Others offer immersion experiences, where students spend time in a community in remote Australia or overseas.


23 Sep 2012 |

Making INROADS INROADS, the young adult division of Harvest Pilgrimages has launched a new website to showcase the amazing immersion, mission and pilgrimage based expeditions that will be made available for Australia's young-at-heart.

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