Lauren Muscat | 27 May 2015
The life of a teenage girl in Mannya, Uganda, is very different to the life of a teenage girl in Australia. Wanting to support these girls so they might have more opportunities, teenager Sarah Kenworthy decided to turn to her community.
Robert Fedele | 27 May 2015
AFL umpires coach Hayden Kennedy has made a living out of playing by the rules. We speak to him about fairness on and off the field.
| 08 Jul 2015
Pope Francis released his much-awaited encyclical on the environment in June this year, entitled 'Laudato Si'. Australian Catholics has summed up some its key points.
Peter Fleming | 27 May 2015
Was Jesus fair in the way he expected people to treat each other?
Clare Deignan | 27 May 2015
We’ve all heard it. Some of us have used it. The desperate protest favoured by kids and teenagers: ‘It’s just not fair!’ But Australian psychologist and author Steve Biddulph says what’s really not fair is that today’s kids are being robbed of their childhoods by too much exposure to the adult world.
Kate Moriarty | 27 May 2015
Order! Order! The Court of Mum is now in session.
Anna Watt | 27 May 2015
Before we can start working on building a fairer world, we should understand where disadvantage exists in our society. How socially aware are you? Try our quiz to find out.
Thea Kurniawan | 27 May 2015
How do we encourage young people to look beyond their own lives and get passionate about making a difference for others? We talk to Jarrad Stewart, the State Youth Coordinator for the St Vincent de Paul Society Western Australia.
Thea Ormerod | 27 May 2015
Fairness isn’t only about our responsibility to each other – it’s also about our responsibility to future generations. Are Catholic communities doing enough for the environment?
Michael McVeigh | 27 May 2015
Proposed changes to the federal government’s welfare system have been the subject of much debate over the last 12 months. We speak to Catholic Social Services Australia CEO Marcelle Mogg about what a fair social welfare system might look like.
Michele Gierck | 27 May 2015
When the next generation becomes the carers.
William Warren | 27 May 2015
Can your spending choices really have a positive impact on people around the world? They can if the products you’re purchasing are fair trade products. Here are five more things you might not know about fair trade.
Yazmine Lomax | 27 May 2015
Amy Cook, a Year 12 student at Padua College on the Mornington Peninsula, travelled to East Timor with a group of fellow students in 2014 as part of the school’s biannual immersion experience and relief mission.
Fr Andrew Hamilton SJ | 27 May 2015
Australian Catholics takes a look behind another popular prayer in the Catholic tradition.
Neve Mahoney | 27 May 2015
If you were prime minister for a day, how would you make Australia a fairer place?
Fr Andrew Hamilton SJ | 27 May 2015
Fairness begins with a concern for our own needs and desires, and extends to being aware of the needs and desires of others and the needs of our society as a whole. But is there more to healthy community life than fairness?
Ann Rennie | 27 May 2015
Is the fair go in danger of being lost in contemporary Australia?
Monique Pueblos | 27 May 2015
This edition’s movie list is all about fair play.
Michael McGirr | 27 May 2015
I don’t know wether or not they have birthday cake in heaven but I am writing to wish you many happy returns for your 100th birthday this year.
Brendon D'Souza | 27 May 2015
Add some spice to your mealtime with this easy Middle Eastern tear-and-share board (with dips).