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Prayer blog: In celebration of her

09 Mar 2016 | Beth Doherty

‘My strength returns to me with my cup of coffee and the reading of the psalms’ wrote Dorothy Day, founder of the Catholic Worker Movement. These words were likely written between 1960 and 1975.


Prayer blog: I don't know how she does it

27 Jan 2016 | Andrea Grant

I’ve returned to work for 2016, fresh from a delightful holiday with my family touring our nation’s capital.  It was one of those family holidays that lifelong memories are made of: a road-trip, late night board-games, corny puns, sun burn and many many laughs and hugs.  One of those ‘you really had to be there’ experiences.


Mercy and the saints: St Agnes and the spiritual mercy of God

26 Jan 2016 | Peter Fleming

Believing in the mercy of God doesn’t mean we continue to sin with the knowledge that God will forgive us for anything we do. It’s a belief that living in sin is simply not appealing because it separates us from God. 


Unguarded moments: Fessing up

26 Jan 2016 | Ann Rennie

Mercy is God’s way of telling us we are loved.


Prayer blog: Making an Option for God

11 Jan 2016 | Beth Doherty

The beginning of the year brings all kinds of resolutions and promises. Fresh starts, new commitments, a different outlook. It’s a bit like Lent for Catholics. We might give something up, or take up something. 


Prayer blog: Cups of Tea with the Queen of Heaven

21 Oct 2015 | Peta Edmonds

The Sisters of Mercy first came into my life on the eve of the millenium. They were plain clothed nuns.


Reflection questions and activities for ‘About a boy'

30 Sep 2015 | Clare Deignan

Reflection questions and activities for ‘About a boy’ from the Spring 2015 edition


About a boy

19 Aug 2015 | Angelique Milevski

Is it worth ditching your faith if it helps you get your dream boyfriend? Should we really have to hide parts of ourselves in order to be accepted? A teenager takes her dilemma straight to the top.


Young Journalist Award Junior Honourable Mention: The Woman behind the Community

19 Aug 2015 | Anne Nguyen

I sat there, crying, drenching my shirt in tears but as I walk out of the toilet; it started again. ‘Loser!’ ‘Weirdo!’ ‘Nerd!’ The whole class was laughing. This is Rosette Chidiac, a former victim of bullying. Now a youth minister at Holy Trinity Parish, her life turned around as soon as she stood up for herself and chose to be God’s hands and feet to the local youth community.


Prayer blog: How to become a saint

28 Jul 2015 | Genevieve Nicoll

Genevieve Nicoll mulls over the possibility that she too could strive to be a saint.


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