Here’s what we have in store for you in Catholic Teacher this term.
How might the influence of two United Nations commemorative days inspire us to make the world a better place?
For Year 12 students the past two years have produced numerous challenges. As they move to the next stage, it is time to reflect on the school year and, indeed, the secondary school journey.
Congratulations to the winners of the 2021 Young Voices Award, brought to you by Australian Catholics magazine in conjunction with Australian Catholic University.
Australian Catholics was successful in both the Australasian Religious Press Association (ARPA) and the Australasian Catholic Press Association Awards (ACPA).
Democracy is an aspiration that we must work toward. Two international days in September – International Democracy Day and the International Day for Universal Access to Information – make that clear.
International Literacy Day on 8 September reminds us of the importance of literacy as a matter of dignity and human rights, and to work toward a more literate and sustainable society.
Socktober aims to engage Catholic school students’ heads, hearts, and hands in key issues of mission and social justice through powerful metaphors found in sport, especially the world game of soccer.
Examining the different forms of diving as an allegory for your prayer and faith life.
Pope Francis in his monthly prayer intention for September 2021 prays that we all will make courageous choices.
A day dedicated to the young is an invitation to consider the long-term.
Jesus is sneaky because though he told us who he was, he continues to hide in plain sight.