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My school

30 Apr 2012 |

 My school Australian Catholics talks to four students about their aspirations and what makes their school special.


Travelling half a world in their shoes

10 Oct 2011 | Tim Kroenert

Travelling thousands of kilometres in their shoesWould spending time learning what life was like for refugees create more empathy towards their plight? The recent SBS program Go Back To Where You Came From sought to find out.


Capturing the journey

10 Oct 2011 | Michele Gierck

Capturing the journeyFor a group of women from the Horn of Africa, collaborating together on a book of stories for children has been a chance to ensure the full story of their journey from often dangerous homes to a place of safety has been captured forever.


A day in the life

04 Aug 2011 | Natasha Meyer

A day in the lifeTaking a look at a day through the eyes of a child in Africa and a child in Australia.


Editorial: Parish in the 21st century

23 Apr 2011 | Michael McVeigh

A great deal has been written in recent years about the decline of the Catholic Church. Certainly if you look at the numbers, there has been a diminishment over the last few decades. Where once Sunday Mass was a major part of people's lives, today fewer than 14 per cent of Catholics attend Mass regularly.


The changing face of the Church in Australia

10 Mar 2011 | Michael McVeigh

The changing face of the Church in AustraliaThere is no doubt that the Catholic Church in Australia is in the middle of a period of change. Three generations have been turning their backs away from going to Mass each week. It began with the Baby Boomer generation and new ideas on individual expression and freedom that broke down older social structures. The Church attempted to move with the times after Vatican II , but the reforms were either too much, or too little, depending on who you talk to.


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


The Mary MacKillop story

05 Oct 2010 | Fr Andrew Hamilton SJ

The Mary MacKillop storyMary MacKillop's life does not just tell us about a brave and determined woman who has become a saint. It also says something important about Australia and the Australian Catholic Church today, and about the vision we need as Australians and Catholics.


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.


The sacred stirrer

05 Oct 2010 | Ann Rennie

The sacred stirrerIn the slumbering suburb of Surrey Hills in Sydney there is a small park called Mary MacKillop Reserve where kids kick footies, mums push swings and dogs chase old tennis balls. With schools and other institutions across the country bearing her name, the founder of the Josephites, and educator of the poor, has grown to be a part of the landscape of Australian society.


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