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RE-cycled: Iona students tackle homelessness

14 Aug 2018 | Gemma Thomson

Gemma Thomson, Head of Religious Education at Iona Presentation College, WA, developed an inquiry-based Faith in Action Project that immersed her Year 11 students in the topic of homelessness.


Parish Life blog: Economics and politics for families

01 Aug 2018 | Fr Andrew Hamilton

Economics and politics give us much to pray about and many people to pray for.


Parish Life blog: NAIDOC Week is time to reflect

04 Jul 2018 | Fr Andrew Hamilton

naidoc week logoThis year's theme for NAIDOC Week is 'Because of her, we can' and points to the central role played by women in the nurturing of Indigenous culture.


A life without a home: reflections and activities

29 May 2018 | Michele Frankeni

dominoesHow much do you know about the causes and effects of homelessness? Take part in the reflection questions and activities associated with the 'Life without a home' article in the Australian Catholics Winter 2018 edition.


The holistic approach to health care

22 May 2018 | Michele Frankeni

Best practice care in Catholic hospitals ensure the patient's needs are foremost.


Thousands of voices call for justice

22 May 2018 | Nieve Walton

The Palm Sunday Walk for Justice is a chance to reflect on beliefs about refugees and justice.


Life without a home

22 May 2018 | Michele Frankeni

Domestic violence caused Mary and her teenage son to flee their home with just the clothes they wore. However, the trauma of the initial flight has been nothing to the relentless need to find somewhere for the family to live.


Getting schooled by young people

21 May 2018 | Fatima Measham

classroom‘Nothing snaps you out of being a grown up more than being put in your place by a kid.’


Reflection questions and activities for National Reconciliation Week

15 May 2018 | Geraldine Martin

Reflection questions and activities for National Reconciliation Week 2018. 


Catholic Teacher blog: National Sorry Day

09 May 2018 | Fr Andrew Hamilton

handsThe theme of National Reconciliation Week this year is ‘Don’t keep history a mystery’. 


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