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Where every ribbon has a story

31 Oct 2016 | Michael McVeigh

The Royal Commission has provided an opportunity for thousands of survivors of abuse to have their stories heard. Australians have been shocked and moved by the stories that have emerged of abuse in institutions across the country, including many Catholic schools and parishes. The Loud Fence movement, which started in Ballarat, has provided a way for the community to show solidarity with survivors. 


90 deeds for 90 years

31 Oct 2016 | Brooke Myler

St Rita’s College in Clayfield, Queensland, decided to do something different to celebrate their anniversary this year. They launched a campaign to encourage students to get involved in the local community with a specific target – to do 90 deeds to celebrate 90 years.


Taking mercy to the streets

17 Aug 2016 | Caine Wilkins

Proclaim Lismore works to support young people as they navigate their way into adulthood, building relationships with their family, their peers and with God. This year, Proclaim is focusing its activities in the Year of Mercy, with events focused around the corporal and spiritual works of mercy.


Students take charge of faith education

17 Aug 2016 | Clare Deignan

15 years ago the Diocese of Parramatta needed more Special Religious Educators to meet the needs of their growing community. They found eager volunteers that primary school students could identify with, as well as an opportunity to create an enduring relationship between Catholic and State schools. Australian Catholics spoke to Cecilia Zammit, Director for the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine in the Diocese of Parramatta and some student volunteers about the Student Scripture Teacher Program.


Battling the Grudge

17 Aug 2016 | Isobel Kuo

In order for our brave protagonist to defeat the looming beast, the player must be courageous and open up a conversation with the person on the other side of the conflict. As long as both parties are open and generous, this conversation can enable them to express how the other person’s actions have made them feel. In the best possible case, the argument will then dissolve as both people come to understand the other person’s point of view better.


Small seeds lead to big changes

17 Aug 2016

Ecology is an important area of concern for the Catholic Church. Pope Francis last year released an encyclical letter on the environment in which he wrote, ‘The earth herself, burdened and laid waste, is among the most abandoned and maltreated of our poor.’ 


The right medicine

17 Aug 2016 | Chelsea Hard

We often hear stories about celebrities visiting sick children, but how does it feel to be on the receiving end of one of those visits? We interview a young girl who was visited by Australian musician Taylor Henderson.


Online exclusive: R U OK? Day

17 Aug 2016 | Fr Peter Hosking SJ


Thursday 8 September is R U OK? Day. The occasion reminds us that checking in with friends and family is one of the most important things we can do to help a person who may be dealing with mental health issues. If something does not seem quite right, or we have noticed changes in behaviour, taking the time to reach out and ask the right questions can make a difference.


AC Classroom: Dreaming of a different future

31 May 2016 | Kate Mani

What do you do when a program you believe in is threatened with closure?


From the archive: Of rosary beads and Ramadan

18 May 2016 | Beth Doherty

A young Catholic and a young Muslim learn they have a lot on common, including a shared devotion to Mary and a love of beaches. 


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