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Resisting cyberbullying

13 May 2019 | Hannah Kennelly

Cyberbullying is a growing issue, particularly for young people who spend much of their time building and maintaining relationships in the virtual world.


Cyberbullying: Questions and activities

13 May 2019 | Michael McVeigh

Read Resisting cyberbullying in the Winter 2019 edition and take part in the various questions and activities. 


Christ is alive

07 May 2019

Five takeaways from Pope Francis’ letter on young people and the Church, Christus Vivit, which was released in April.


Rules of conflict: questions and reflections

02 May 2019 | Michele Frankeni

A number of armed conflicts are occurring around the world, but even in times of war there are laws. These reflections and activities encourage students to explore how a rights-based view on the world can shape our response to events – looking at examples from pop culture. 

 


Catholic Teacher blog: Welcome the children

14 Nov 2018 | Fr Andrew Hamilton

We see cruelty to children as monstrous, but find it tolerated in our society. As International Children's Day is marked this month, let us remember Jesus' command to 'welcome the children'.


Creative responses to the abuse crisis

10 Nov 2018 | Michael McVeigh

Fr Hans ZollnerFr Hans Zollner SJ talks about the Church's international response to the abuse crisis, and what can be done to better engage with victims and survivors in Australia. 


Setting some new KPIs

10 Nov 2018 | Ann Rennie

As we look towards the new year, perhaps we need to set ourselves some new goals so we can work towards everyday holiness.


Gaming the Gospels: A gift for Jesus

09 Nov 2018

In this activity, students are invited to think about the nativity from the perspective of the wise men who brought gifts to the newborn Jesus.


Resource: Kitchen table conversations

09 Nov 2018

Jesuit Social Services has launched a new resource encouraging people to engage in conversations about better justice alternatives for young people.


Living on a prayer

08 Nov 2018 | Kate Moriarty

Sometimes we wonder if we’re getting through when we try to get our children to pray. But special moments provide encouragement.


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