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Women working together

28 May 2014 | Clare Deignan

While sometimes finding herself in the minority in advocacy work on women’s issues, Peg McEntee says it’s important to respect other opinions while holding strong to your own beliefs.


Serving ‘God’s nobility’

28 May 2014 | Sr Anne Taylor RSC

From the outset, the Sisters of Charity have sought to serve the poor and marginalised above all others. As they celebrate 175 years in Australia, we look at how that vow of service has sown the seeds of many different ministries over the years.


Representing who you are

28 May 2014 | Fatima Measham

While her Wiradjuri heritage is an important aspect of Anita Heiss’s identity, her books are about changing people’s ideas about what it means to be an Indigenous person today. 


Reflection questions & activities: 'The end of homelessness?' 

08 May 2014 | Clare Deignan

Reflection questions & activities for the article, ''The end of homelessness?', from the Easter 2014 edition

 


Reflection questions & activities: 'Carry on regardless'

24 Apr 2014 | Clare Deignan

Reflection questions and activities for the article, 'Carry on regardless', from the Easter 2014 edition


Reflection questions & activities: 'How I met your Father'

27 Mar 2014 | Clare Deignan

Mary meets GabrielReflection questions and activities for the article, 'How I met your Father', from the Easter 2014 edition


News feature: The end of homelessness?

03 Mar 2014 | Ray Cassin

With just a small amount of investment, we could provide better support to people on the streets and help bring an end to homelessness, says Victorian VincentCare CEO John Blewonski.


Father Bob’s punch line

03 Mar 2014 | Emily Ressia

A sense of humour can help us deal with difficult situations, says Australia's larrikin priest.


How I met your Father

03 Mar 2014 | Jim McDermott SJ

What would the Annunciation have looked like if Mary was a modern Aussie girl?


A stand-up girl

03 Mar 2014 | Ray Cassin

In her mid-30s, Georgina McEncroe abandoned a secure career as a teacher and embarked on a new one as a comedian. Ten years later she has no doubt it was the right decision, and the applause she receives at stand-up venues around Australia suggests that audiences agree.


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