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A student’s environment is their castle: The fight to save the world from coal

01 Nov 2020 | Kaitlyn Fasso-Opie

It sounds like the plot of a really great movie: an 85-year-old nun, and eight teenagers take the government to court to fight for the environment and save the world. But fortunately, this story is reality, not fiction.

The cave: from isolation to solitude

01 Nov 2020 | Angelo Campagna

COVID-19 has forced us all to retreat into a time of isolation. But it doesn’t have to be endured alone.

An ecological Exodus

01 Nov 2020 | Alice Carwardine

Were the Biblical plagues of Egypt a result of a natural catastrophe? Whether or not that’s the case, it’s a timely reminder of our fragile place in the world and our duty to care for creation.

The world’s holy places from home

01 Nov 2020 | Michele Frankeni

Being confined to your home state because of coronavirus is no reason why you can’t make a pilgrimage to some of the most beautiful cathedrals and holy places in the world.

Around the church

01 Nov 2020

News items include support for blast-affected resident of Beirut and an interview with Catholic Professional Standards Limited CEO Sheree Limbrick.

Around the schools

01 Nov 2020

News items from around Catholic schools including support for graduate teachers; young people and discernment; a virtual symposium 'Faith in the future'; and supporting people affected by COVID-19.

Praying with Pope Francis

01 Nov 2020

The Pope’s Prayer Intentions intentions for 2021.

Pulling back the veil

01 Nov 2020 | Tracey Edstein

Conor Ashleigh’s passion for social justice led him around the globe. Then he discovered photography as a powerful way of sharing the experiences of those he encountered.

Paulie and the punk rock nuns

01 Nov 2020 | Neve Mahoney

Punk rocker Paulie Stewart has lived a wild life. But he says it’s his friends, Timorese nuns who dedicate their lives to caring for disabled children, who are the real rule breakers.

The gift of Indigenous saints

27 Oct 2020 | Damian Costello

The stories of people such as Nicholas Black Elk help us better understand the universal call to holiness and the diversity of our faith.











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