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Reflection questions & activities for 'Sowing seeds in a welcoming land’

18 Oct 2017 | Clare Deignan

Reflection questions and activities for 'Sowing seeds in a welcoming land’ in the Spring 2017 edition 


Catholic Teacher Blog: World Humanitarian Day - August 19

09 Aug 2017 | Fr Andrew Hamilton

World Humanitarian Day was instituted to remember people who have served in humanitarian missions and especially those who have lost their lives in the course of their service. It is an opportunity to call to mind the people who have gone before us, and especially to honour our martyrs. These include Christians who were killed because of their faith or because they recognised how precious each human being is regardless of race or religion, and dedicated their lives to serve them when they were under threat. They both inspire us and keep us honest.


Sowing seeds in a welcoming land

09 Aug 2017 | Francesca Tomasiello

Our team of young editors was given the opportunity to speak with refugee poet Abe Nouk during their week at Australian Catholics magazine. Francesca Tomasiello writes about the experience.


Celebrities who brought communities together

09 Aug 2017 | Morgan Triskelidis

Celebrity culture’s not always ideal, but sometimes I’ve found myself drawn into causes after they’ve been highlighted by someone famous.


Alfred Smith – Faith and politics

09 Aug 2017 | Peter Fleming

Peter Fleming looks at a politician who managed to make his faith come to life through his work. 


YJA 2017 Junior Section Winner: New Beginning 

09 Aug 2017 | Sarah Sona

My story started in Iraq, in a little village called Qaraqosh where I was born in 2004. Life was peaceful. 


YJA 2017 Intermediate Section Winner: A light for a nation 

09 Aug 2017 | Noelle Ramirez

Picture this: Seeing a beautiful, bright, red-orange glow, only to find it disappear from your very eyes, leaving you in complete and utter darkness. Now, imagine every night of your life, with only a dim flicker of a dangerous kerosene lamp lighting your way. 


World Refugee Day: Appealing to our generosity

07 Jun 2017 | Fr Andrew Hamilton SJ

World Refugee Day is a time to look outside our own world and to notice people whom persecution and war force to leave their nations. It invites us to consider our own good fortune as we see the misery of people who wander at the mercy of others in their struggle for survival. It appeals to our generosity.


Mother of the Disappeared

23 May 2017 | Richard Leonard SJ

Devotion to Mary has been a source of debate in recent years as people lament that some Catholics have no devotion to the Mother of God at all, while others harbor concerns that some Mariology displaces Christ in whom redemption is claimed.

 


Catholic Teacher Blog: Sneaky Jesus Song - Eurovision 2017

17 May 2017 | Brendan Nicholls

'Amar Pelos Dois' was performed at Eurovision 2017 and to much surprise won the competition for Portugal; their first ever win! The song was written by Salvador’s sister Luisa who is one of Portugal’s contemporary and greatly acclaimed ‘new generation’ of artists/composers. Salvador offers his all in his performances and when asked about his style he stated, “I sing with all of my heart”. This is certainly apparent when listening to ‘Love for Both’. The critics however did not rate this number and Salvador and Portugal were shock winners in most circles.


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