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A big day for Australia

06 Jan 2011 | Sarah Baker

8000 Australian pilgrims made their way to the Vatican City in October to witness the canonisation of Australia's first saint, Mary MacKillop. One of them shares her story

Conversation with a master

24 Dec 2010 | Fr Andrew Hamilton SJ

Conversation with a masterAmong the guests at the Parliament of the World's Religions was Burmese Buddhist, Dharma Master Hsin Tao. Father Andrew Hamilton SJ spoke to him during his visit.

Building understanding

24 Dec 2010 | Sarah Baker

Building understandingA day out building fences for bushfire victims helps students from different faiths bring down cultural barriers.

The dialogue of life

23 Dec 2010 | Virginia Small

 The dialogue of lifeReligion is blamed for so much, yet, paradoxically, it lies at the beating heart of understanding and enrichment. Interfaith dialogue is one way the Catholic Church is addressing these gaps in understanding, and it's happening at every level.

12 ways to live sustainably

23 Dec 2010 |

12 ways to live sustainablyThere are a many things you can do in your home and community to live more sustainably. Here are 12 ideas.

A practical helping hand

05 Oct 2010 | Ann Rennie

A practical helping handMary's childhood experiences made her determined to ensure other children had the benefits of a loving home and proper educational opportunities. Two wonderful women exemplify what it is to follow in the footsteps of Mary MacKillop today.

A living legacy

05 Oct 2010 | Rebecca Di Girolamo

A living legacyThe first school Mary MacKillop opened was in Penola, just a stone's throw away from where Mary MacKillop Memorial School stands today.

Patron of the ‘fair go’

05 Oct 2010 | Beth Doherty

Patron of the fair goDespite the troubles that she faced in getting acceptance for her sisters, Mary MacKillop was singular in her purpose of helping others. If a saint exemplifies the spirit of a people, then Mary MacKillop must point to a faith in Australia that is about education, service, community and, most importantly, a 'fair go' for everyone.

The Josephites overseas

05 Oct 2010 | Beth Doherty

The Josephites overseasIn Mary MacKillop's lifetime, the Josephites spread across Australia and established themselves in other places like Scotland and New Zealand. Mary MacKillop's call to 'never see a need without doing something about it' continues to be taken up by Josephites and lay people around the world.

In Mary’s footsteps

05 Oct 2010 | Catherine Marshall

In Mary's footstepsThe committed pilgrim will need two hours to retrace the steps of Mary MacKillop through The Rocks in Sydney-and another two weeks to digest the spiritual repercussions of their amble through the streets and laneways of this historic harbourside suburb.

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