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2012 – Harry Potter and the Seven Heavenly Virtues

17 Sep 2018 | Michael McVeigh

Harry Potter and the Seven Heavenly Virtues The Harry Potter stories delighted us with stories of epic Quidditch matches and heroic efforts to defeat the evil wizard Voldemort. But the way Harry and his friends face obstacles they encounter can also teach us about how to face problems in our own lives.


A letter to an old rocker

21 Aug 2018 | Michael McGirr

bruce springsteenDear Bruce Springsteen, Many of your songs tell stories of struggling people and celebrate their dignity.


Trash and Treasure: Love from neighbours

21 Aug 2018 | Dana Sutherland

It's often easy to forget how close God really is to us.


The scapegoat myth: reflections and activities

24 Jul 2018 | Michele Frankeni

mary mackillop mosaicAs the feast day for St Mary MacKillop approaches, it’s timely to read the article The scapegoat myth in the 2018 Winter edition of Madonna magazine. The following are various reflections and activities to consider in relation to the article.


A letter to Dr Frankenstein

22 May 2018 | Michael McGirr

frankenstein monster face close upDear Dr Frankenstein, Congratulations on your 200th birthday. We all know that fictional characters can outlive real ones but, even so, two hundred years is a pretty good effort.


Playlist: Choose life

22 May 2018 | Dana Sutherland

How can people rise above adversity and become empowered to make a life for themselves? This playlist brings together some examples of how the right attitude can help someone change their situation.


A universal undertaking

22 May 2018 | Michael McVeigh

dove in the handFive Catholic thinkers who have helped shape our understanding of what it means to respect the rights and dignity of each person in our world.


A prayer for good humour

22 May 2018 | Margaret Mary Flynn

illustration of young girlSt Thomas More was an English writer, philosopher, lawyer and family man. He also appreciated a joke.


Anzac spirit of service – questions and reflections

18 Apr 2018 | Michele Frankeni

Reflections and questions to consider as Anzac Day approaches.


The Anzac spirit of service

17 Apr 2018 | Nathan Ahearne

Soldier in shadow at dawn service-Veterans AffairsThe spirit of Catholic education operates in tandem with the secular ideals inspired by the Anzacs.


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