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The places we call ‘home’

16 Aug 2017 | Miriam Stewart

No matter where we’re from, where we go or who we’re with, we all experience the feeling of community in one form or another. Ingrained in our basic human nature is the desire to seek connections, the desire to be accepted, the desire to belong. But what makes these connections so unique? What defines our sense of community, and how can it change? To find out, Miriam Stewart spoke with three fellow students from St Scholastica’s College in Sydney, all of whom have grown up in very different environments. 


My family’s story

16 Aug 2017 | Morgan Triskelidis

Our own stories can connect us to the wider world in surprising ways. 


Walking with others

16 Aug 2017 | Emma Bayliss

Some words of wisdom to carry with you, to remind you that we’re not alone in our journey. 


Getting there

16 Aug 2017 | Anthony Flack

Anthony Flack, a Year 10 student at O’Loughlin Catholic College in Casuarina, NT, remembers one of the most important times of his life, and how family and faith helped him through it.


Sports and community

09 Aug 2017 |

In what ways do sports help build community? Steve Boscacci looks at some examples from his favourite sports. 


Home truths: Beyond help

09 Aug 2017 | Kate Moriarty

I’ve got this. Don’t worry. I’ve totally got this. I’ll brave anything this day throws at me. Just so long as I don’t have to ask anyone for help.


Unguarded moments: In the shelter of each other

09 Aug 2017 | Ann Rennie

Social justice aims to pull down the walls of them and us because this is not who we are as a human family. We are all in this together. 


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.


Becoming a church for mission

09 Aug 2017 | Frank Brennan SJ

What will the Church look like in 2030? Fr Frank Brennan looks at the leadership of Pope Francis, and where the Church might be heading into the future. 


Unguarded moments: An immaculate conception of leadership

23 May 2017 | Ann Rennie

In a post-truth, fake-news world, we need the kind of leader who isn’t driven by ego, vitriol and divisiveness. 


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