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Growing the village one peg doll at a time

07 Aug 2019 | Emilie Ng

A Brisbane-based Catholic ministry is helping to connect young Australian families through a creative painting project.

The family you make

07 Aug 2019 | Michele Frankeni

The Passionist Family Group Movement deepens relationships within parishes and among parishioners.

Coming to terms with domestic violence

07 Aug 2019 | Chiara Fankhauser

Trigger warning: Article includes discussion of domestic violence and abuse. 
Physical violence and verbal abuse are just the most visible forms of domestic violence. One of our young writers says it’s important that people understand that the domestic abuse takes many forms, and that tackling it means addressing all of these aspects.

Explorations – family life

07 Aug 2019 | Andrew Hamilton SJ

For better or worse, most of us first learn about relationships from the way people are treated in our family. That's why helping strengthen and support families is so important in the Catholic Church.

Faith Matters – Time to relax

25 Jun 2019 | Brendan Nicholls

The mid-year school holidays is a time for students and teachers to rest and relax.

Maintaining a healthy mentality: Questions and activities

25 Jun 2019 | Michele Frankeni

Read Climbing the mountain in the Winter 2019 edition of Australian Catholics and take part in the following questions and activities.

Helping kids in times of need

07 May 2019 | Elise Ho

Since it was first established in 1991, Kids Helpline has been a lifeline for young people at critical moments in their lives. One of our young writers speaks to a counsellor at the service.

Christ is alive

07 May 2019

Five takeaways from Pope Francis’ letter on young people and the Church, Christus Vivit, which was released in April.

Logging on to our selves

07 May 2019 | Ann Rennie

We have more ways to connect with each other than ever before, yet so many people are feeling anxious and unhappy. What’s the connection that we’re missing?

My mental health journey

07 May 2019 | Caitlin Humphrys

After first being diagnosed with depression and anxiety at the age of 13, Caitlin Humphrys says her mental health journey has had its ups and downs. But she’s been blessed with the support of her family, school community, health professionals, and faith.











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