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Shaun Spence: an everyday inspiration

22 Aug 2018 | Holly Burfitt

The Young Journalist Award Junior Section runner-up was Holly Burfitt for her profile of rugby league commentator and community engagement manager, Shaun Spence.


Voice of hope

22 Aug 2018 | Debora Belay

Debora Belay received an honourable mention in the Intermediate section of the Young Journalist Award for her profile of a former refugee, who now works at Mercy Community Health.


Gippsland young veterans

22 Aug 2018 | Georgia Vahland

Georgia Vahland received an honourable mention in the Young Journalist Award Junior section for her article on a Gippsland young veterans program.


The church as a sanctuary

20 Aug 2018 | Brenna Dempsey

Brenna DempseyThe Church can mean different things at different points in our lives. A recent Catholic school graduate reflects on a trip to Europe where she discovered something new about the faith she’d grown up with.


Thousands of voices call for justice

22 May 2018 | Nieve Walton

The Palm Sunday Walk for Justice is a chance to reflect on beliefs about refugees and justice.


Four life-affirming moments in Horton Hears A Who!

22 May 2018 | Thea Kurniawan

elephant from horton hears a whoLooking for something inspiring and life-affirming to show the children? Thea Kurniawan says Dr Seuss’ Horton Hears a Who! has a lot to say about the sacredness of life.


Less waste, more party

21 May 2018 | Nicola Nemaric

Throwing an eco-friendly party doesn't have to be too difficult. Here's a checklist to help reduce your celebration's environmental footprint.


2018 Young Journalist Award: Voices of hope

05 Feb 2018

Young Journalist Award logoWith the support of Australian Catholic University, Australian Catholics is giving students in Catholic schools around the country the opportunity to get their writing published and win great prizes in our 2018 Young Journalist Award. 


Fake news

05 Feb 2018 | Dana Sutherland

fun illustration of young man with a question mark thought bubblePope Francis has dedicated this year's World Communications Day message to the issue of 'fake news'. We asked one of our young writers to explore why it's an important issue.

 


Online exclusive: A taste of a world without boundaries

29 Nov 2017 | Brenna Dempsey

How is it that we can be a different person when we go on holidays? One of our young writers, Brenna Dempsey, reflects on her overseas adventure in June this year, and pines for those days again. 


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