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Immersing into the story

04 Oct 2010 |

Immersing into the storyA number of DVDs, CDs and books have been released to mark the canonisation of Mary MacKillop. Here are a few.


At one with God

04 Oct 2010 |

At one with GodA timeline of Mary MacKillop's extraordinary life.


A new saint in Rome

04 Oct 2010 |

A new saint in RomeMore than a century ago, Mary MacKillop walked across St Peter's Square alone as a young sister seeking approval for her new religious order. On 17 October, 2010, her face overlooked the square once more-this time cheered on by thousands as she was inducted into the choir of saints.


Googling God

11 Aug 2010 | Penny Edman

Googling GodAn assignment on images of Jesus throughout history might not enthuse many Year 9 boys-except at Parramatta Marist High School, where the surprising bedfellows of religion and technology are producing exceptional results.


Click here to join in

11 Aug 2010 | Fatima Measham

Click here to join inEarlier this year, a small event for friends to show solidarity for victims of violence became a global phenomenon involving tens of thousands of people. Fatima Measham asks online activists how the web is changing the way we campaign for justice.


A national e-vent

11 Aug 2010 | Virginia Small

A national e-ventThe Broken Bay Institute's series of e-conferences has given the Catholic Church a new model for bringing communities together to talk about faith.


Online safety

11 Aug 2010 | Liz Lillis

Online safetyJust like any social interaction, there are ways to use the internet for good, and ways to use it for ill.


Beyond the classroom

04 May 2010 | Michael McVeigh

Beyond the classroomCatholic schools are finding new learning opportunities for students by creating partnerships with others in the community.


Getting involved

04 May 2010 | Caitlyn Devlin

Getting involvedGoing along to World Youth Day was just one of the unexpected experiences that Caitlyn Devlin has enjoyed at university.


Two-way learning

04 May 2010 | Michael McVeigh

Two-way learningAs well as schools and universities, there are Catholic institutions providing adult education in Australia, and organisations educating those outside mainstream education. Nungalinya College in Darwin falls into both categories.


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