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Remembrance Day - 11th November

12 November 2018

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Prayer blog: Prayer and peace

Those of us with ready access to various media are aware that we are being bombarded from every side with reports of violence: domestic violence, murders, robberies, suicide bombers, diplomatic spats, war, street protests, sexual abuse and even in nature.

One lost, now found

Content Exclusive to AC+ subscribers: In the lead up to ANZAC Day, WWI history and religious tradition blur on the Western Front.

Reflection questions & activities for 'Once lost, now found'

Reflection questions and activities for 'Once lost now found' in the Autumn 2017 edition.

Peace liturgy

This Liturgy could be adapted and used for Anzac Day or Remembrance Day. 

The changing tides of the Great War

Content Exclusive to AC+ subscribers: While Catholic leaders joined their Christian brethren in supporting World War I at its outbreak, attitudes at home and abroad changed as the conflict took its devastating toll. 

A letter to Pompey Elliot

Content Exclusive to AC+ subscribers: Dear Harold ‘Pompey’ Elliott, Once upon a time, your name was one of the best known in Australia. Practically every school child in Australia in the 1920s wrote an assignment about you. I wonder now how many people know your name. We have much to learn from your story, not least about the nature of leadership.

Men of God in their midst

Content Exclusive to AC+ subscribers: Father Morgan Batt is a chaplain, commonly known as a padre, with the Australian Defence Force. His ministry has taken him into global hotspots such as East Timor and Iraq, where his role involves being with the men and women soldiers wherever they are – whether it’s in camp or on patrol in hostile environments.

Reflection questions & activities for 'Men of God in their midst'

Content Exclusive to AC+ subscribers: Reflection questions and activities for 'Men of God in their midst', from the Summer 2015 edition.

Australian War Memorial

Remembrance Day information and resources. 




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