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Overcoming silence – the time is now

07 May 2019 | Tracey Edstein

Stephanie Lorenzo has gone from raising money to support trafficked women in Cambodia and Australia, to joining a global campaign to empower and advocate for women in leadership positions in the Catholic Church.


A religious vocation as a lay person

07 May 2019 | Heather Kennett

Discovering an order devoted to living the Franciscan charism, without giving up hopes for marriage, family and a career, struck the right note for Tony Bozicevic


Q and A with Carolina Gottardo

05 Feb 2019

Jesuit Refugee Service director Carolina Gottardo attended the UN Conference in Marrakech in December where the international community met to adopt the Global Compact for safe, orderly and regular Migration (GCM). 


Creative responses to the abuse crisis

10 Nov 2018 | Michael McVeigh

Fr Hans ZollnerFr Hans Zollner SJ talks about the Church's international response to the abuse crisis, and what can be done to better engage with victims and survivors in Australia. 


Finding a home in the church

20 Aug 2018 | Thea Kurniawan

Noel ChandramoghanOriginally from Malaysia, Noel Chandramoghan is a minister at 24:7 Youth Ministry in Perth, and Youth Minister at Holy Rosary Parish, Nedlands. He says that the Church can be a great place for young Catholic migrants to find kindred spirits, and feel more at home in a new country.


People with a mission for others

20 Aug 2018 | Michele Frankeni

Vinnies Youth rep Maddie SmisVinnies has always been at the forefront of the Catholic Church’s mission on the ground. We speak to two NSW Vinnies members who are working in different ways to widen Vinnies’ mission beyond the traditional model of vouchers for food, utilities and help with rents.


Mission-focused care

20 Aug 2018 | Louise Frankeni

Tara PetersFor many who work at St John of God Health Care, it is far more than a job, or indeed, simply care-giving.


Living large

22 May 2018 | Kate Moriarty

Home truthsThe difficulties in trying to explain (or not) a large family.


The fight against killing

22 May 2018 | Natasha Marsh

illustrationJulian McMahon AC is one of Australia's most prominent anti-death penalty advocates.


By the will of God

22 May 2018 | Rosie Hoban

Sr Josephine CannellCelebrating her 100th birthday in February 2018, Sister of Charity Josephine Cannell looks back on a life lived for God.


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