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The Twelve Days of Christmas Creation Challenge

01 Nov 2017 | Jaqui Remond

This Advent season we are responding to the papal encyclical Laudato Si’ to live simply, change our lifestyle and be part of a cultural revolution to look after God’s Creation. 


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


Walking with God in nature

09 Aug 2017 | Peter Saunders

As Gerard Manley Hopkins wrote, ‘the world is charged with the grandeur of God’. But we sometimes need to get out of the city to really feel it.


Catholic Teacher Blog: Care for the environment

30 May 2017 | Fr Andrew Hamilton SJ

This World Environment Day, Fr Andrew Hamilton SJ reflects on why we need to unite to protect the environment - now more than ever. 


RE-cycled: Biodiversity and sustainability

30 Nov 2016 |

Year 3 students plant a biodiverse ‘Barramundi’ garden at St Finbar’s, East Brighton, VIC.


Reflection questions & activities for 'A family that does justice'

29 Nov 2016 | Clare Deignan

Reflection questions and activities for 'A family that does justice' in the Christmas 2016 edition


Interview: 'A family that does justice'

31 Oct 2016 |

Earlier this year we interviewed Tess Corkish, an impassioned young social justice activist working for Catholic Earthcare. When we heard her mother, a parish secretary in Sydney, was arrested protesting at a coal port in Newcastle we decided to get in touch with the family again to see where their spirit of activism comes from. The following is their full interview with Australian Catholics magazine.


A family that does justice

31 Oct 2016 | Clare Deignan

Earlier this year we interviewed Tess Corkish, an impassioned young social justice activist working for Catholic Earthcare. When we heard her mother, a parish secretary in Sydney, was arrested protesting at a coal port in Newcastle we decided to get in touch with the family again to see where their spirit of activism comes from. 


Reflection questions and activities for ‘Small seeds lead to big changes’

26 Oct 2016 | Geraldine Martin

Reflection questions and activities for ‘Small seeds lead to big changes’ in the Spring 2016 edition


Small seeds lead to big changes

17 Aug 2016 |

Ecology is an important area of concern for the Catholic Church. Pope Francis last year released an encyclical letter on the environment in which he wrote, ‘The earth herself, burdened and laid waste, is among the most abandoned and maltreated of our poor.’ 


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