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Shining a light on mental illness - Xavier's speech

26 Jan 2016 | Xavier Eales

St Ignatius College Riverview 2015 school captain Xavier Eales shared his experiences battling depression at his school assembly in the hope of raising awareness among his peers. This is his speech. 


Reflection questions and activities for ‘Wining and dining with Jesus’

25 Nov 2015 | Clare Deignan

Reflection questions and activities for ‘Wining and dining with Jesus’ from the Christmas 2015 edition


Reflection questions and activities for ‘A cabbage patch for kids’

18 Nov 2015 | Clare Deignan

Reflection questions and activities for ‘A cabbage patch for kids’ from the Christmas 2015 edition

 

 


Video: Jesus the foodie - including questions and classroom activities

04 Nov 2015 | Michael McVeigh

Food was a big part of Jesus' life and ministry. Explore 'Jesus the foodie' in this video, then check out the Christmas 2015 edition of Australian Catholics magazine for more resources exploring food and faith.


Unguarded moments: Inequality hard to stomach

03 Nov 2015 | Ann Rennie


Spare a thought this Christmas for those who can't sit down to a feast with their family. 


Wining and dining with Jesus

03 Nov 2015 | Peter Fleming

So many of our Gospel stories are centered around food. When Hollywood’s master of suspense, director Alfred Hitchcock, wanted to disorientate his friends by playing a practical joke on them, he would invite them to dinner, then serve a meal in which every item of food on their plates was blue. Later, when asked why he had dyed the food blue, he replied, 'Because blue is the one colour food is not.'


Explorations: Gluttony vs temperance

03 Nov 2015 | Fr Andrew Hamilton SJ

Our relationship with food is complicated. We need sustenance to survive, and we also use meals as a place of sharing and building relationships. But when we focus too much on food, other issues can arise. In this Explorations, we examine the relationship between gluttony and temperance. 


A Christmas feast: Celebrating in different cultures

03 Nov 2015 | Francine Crimmins

How do people from various cultural backgrounds celebrate Christmas? What foods do they have on the table? What traditions shape their Christmas meals? We asked one of our young writers to do some exploring. 


A cabbage patch for kids

03 Nov 2015 | Clare Deignan

A school in Western Australia is changing the way kids think about food. There, teachers and parents aren’t wagging their fingers, reminding kids to eat their fruits and veggies. They don’t have to. The students at St Joseph’s Catholic Primary, Kununurra have learned how to make their own nutritious meals using fruits and veggies grown in their own schoolyard. 


A feast to make you smile

03 Nov 2015 | Brendon D'Souza

Over the last two years, Brendon D'Souza, aka The Smiling Chef, has been providing Australian Catholics readers with tasty recipes to share with the family. In this special foodie edition of the magazine, we asked him to describe what made him want to become a food blogger and chef. 


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