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Busting the myths

10 Oct 2011 | Vanessa Kelly

Busting asylum seeker mythsGetting our facts straight about refugee issues.


Opening new doors

10 Oct 2011 | Virginia Small

Opening new doorsRefugees living indefinitely in camps around the world not only require sustenance; they need means to improve their lives - especially education.


Travelling half a world in their shoes

10 Oct 2011 | Tim Kroenert

Travelling thousands of kilometres in their shoesWould spending time learning what life was like for refugees create more empathy towards their plight? The recent SBS program Go Back To Where You Came From sought to find out.


Capturing the journey

10 Oct 2011 | Michele Gierck

Capturing the journeyFor a group of women from the Horn of Africa, collaborating together on a book of stories for children has been a chance to ensure the full story of their journey from often dangerous homes to a place of safety has been captured forever.


Sing it for the world

04 Aug 2011 | Josephine Walton

Sing it for the worldBenefit concerts have been around for many years. Music has a way of bringing people together, and singers and bands have used that power to raise awareness and funds for those in need.


Taking science to new heights

10 May 2011 | Sarah Baker

Taking science to new heightsThe study of science is vital to the future of our world. Loreto College in Adelaide has developed a unique science program that proves microscopes, lab coats and Bunsen burners are just as interesting as English, geography and drama class.


Support floods in

10 Mar 2011 | Sarah Baker

Support floods inCommunities are pitching in together to help families affected by the devastating floods in Queensland, with parishes providing volunteers and funds to help with the efforts.


Changing the Mass

10 Mar 2011 | Penny Edman

Changing the massThis year is a time of significant change for Catholics, not only in Australia but throughout the English‑speaking world, as a new translation of the Roman Missal is introduced. While some within the Church are frustrated with the liturgical changes and by the process of its introduction, others see this as an opportunity for catechesis and deepened faith.


One community

09 Mar 2011 | Sarah Baker

One communityCatholic communities today need to involve both the school and the parish working together to provide faith education for families.


A big day for Australia

06 Jan 2011 | Sarah Baker

8000 Australian pilgrims made their way to the Vatican City in October to witness the canonisation of Australia's first saint, Mary MacKillop. One of them shares her story


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