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The greatest reward

17 Dec 2012 | Fiona Basile

The greatest rewardIndigenous footballer Daniel Wells has had a successful AFL career, but says the satisfaction he gets from football cannot compare to the deeper fulfillment he gets from his family and his faith.


Experiencing the sacred as an Indigenous man

17 Dec 2012 | Peter Smith

Experiencing the sacred as an Indigenous manMy name is Peter Smith, and I'm from the Aboriginal and Islander Catholic Council in Mt Isa, Queensland. Every month people from the council 'go bush' for a prayer session, held in a dry creek bed a short drive from Mount Isa. Here, I share my story of how the beliefs of my ancestors inform my Catholic faith.


A letter to: Uluru

17 Dec 2012 | Michael McGirr

Dear Uluru, You rock!
I'm serious. Speaking as one major tourist attraction to another, I have always wanted to write and let you know how much I admire you.


Martin’s Way

23 Sep 2012 | Fatima Measham

Martin's WayWe talk exclusively with Hollywood's Martin Sheen, about life, faith and what he's learned on the journey.


Have you heard the one about…?

23 Sep 2012 | Michael McVeigh

Have you heard the one aboutWhether he's discussing God's 'approval rating' on The Colbert Report, writing books about Jesus' sense of humour, or providing more serious analysis, Fr James Martin SJ has found a way of communicating the timeless messages of the Gospel that resonates with audiences today.


Family ties

30 Apr 2012 | Liz Lillis

Family tiesMercedes College in Perth was founded in 1846, the first school established by a religious congregation in Australia. Members of a family that has attended the school for four generations share their experiences.


Learning for life

30 Apr 2012 | Fatima Measham

Learning for lifePaul Field reflects on what he learned from his parents, teachers, and life as the invisible Wiggle.


Our greatest happiness

04 Mar 2012 | Michael McVeigh

Our greatest happinessDiscovering what we should do with our lives means looking at the gifts we have, and how we are called to use them for others.


A modest 'yes' rewarded

04 Mar 2012 | Catherine Marshall

A modest yes rewardedA few years ago, while at Mass one Sunday, Peter Shakhovskoy couldn't help noticing the dearth of male parishioners. He realised there were three times as many females in attendance as males.


Religious life today

04 Mar 2012 | Fatima Measham

Religious life today While the number of young people who are giving themselves to religious life has declined in recent years, those who have made the leap have little doubt that this is where they are supposed to be.


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