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A freedom grounded in God

01 Nov 2017 | Rob Morris SJ

Today’s society and popular culture bombards us with images of what it is to be free. Common to many of these images is the sense of freedom as autonomy to do what I want to do, even at the exclusion and expense of others. Where does spiritual freedom fit with this view? An answer to these questions can be gleaned from the writings of a sixteenth century saint, Ignatius of Loyola.


Explorations: A journey into freedom

01 Nov 2017 | Fr Andrew Hamilton SJ

Freedom is a central theme for Christians – from Jesus’ proclamation that he came to free the oppressed, to current debates around the role of religion in our society. Where does our understanding of the term come from, and how does it shape the way we live and engage with people who are different to us? 


Sneaky Jesus Song: You found me

13 Sep 2017 | Brendan Nicholls

A ‘Sneaky Jesus song’ may not be a religious tune, but when you listen to the lyrics it could be mistaken for one.


Reflection questions & activities for 'Walking with God in nature’

30 Aug 2017 | Clare Deignan

Reflection questions and activities for 'Walking with God in nature’ in the Spring 2017 edition


Liturgy: Faith and belief

23 Aug 2017 | Geraldine Martin

A liturgy on the theme of faith and belief to use in your school and parish.


Getting there

16 Aug 2017 | Anthony Flack

Anthony Flack, a Year 10 student at O’Loughlin Catholic College in Casuarina, NT, remembers one of the most important times of his life, and how family and faith helped him through it.


Q and A: Ignite Youth

13 Aug 2017 |

Katelyn Swinsburg is dance coordinator for Ignite Conference in September. We asked her how being involved in Ignite Youth has changed her life.


Communities in the Church

09 Aug 2017 | Andrew Hamilton SJ

Human beings have always been in two minds about connecting with one another. We long for connection, but when we do connect we often fight and destroy one another. As a result people have always dreamed of islands where they and their close friends can be safe and have surrounded their castles with moats to shut others out. 


The parish of the highway

09 Aug 2017 | Beth Doherty

For the last two years, a large motor home has become a beacon of hope for the Catholic community of Maitland-Newcastle Diocese, as the mobile base of Fr Richard Shortall SJ. 


Unguarded moments: In the shelter of each other

09 Aug 2017 | Ann Rennie

Social justice aims to pull down the walls of them and us because this is not who we are as a human family. We are all in this together. 


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