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A teen with a mission

13 Feb 2019 | Tracey Edstein

Sophia Skarparis’ campaign to ban plastic bags began as a school project. It’s since led her to a Royal meeting, and has no signs of letting up.


Exploring ‘the place in the middle’

13 Feb 2019 | Jo Hart

Students from Catholic and Anglican schools across the country are learning about peace and nonviolence.


A land without checkpoints

13 Feb 2019 | Michael McVeigh

The suburbs of Melbourne are a long way from the streets of Palestine, but for three student teachers from Bethlehem University a month at an Australian school was an opportunity for both sharing and learning.


Going zero-waste for Lent

05 Feb 2019 | Alice Foddy

Thinking about what you might do to get closer to God this Lent? Perhaps consider something that will get you closer to creation, too.


A tree of healing

05 Feb 2019 | Michele Frankeni

Although Red Dust Healing comes from an Aboriginal perspective, it gives all peoples the tools to cope with grief and loss.


Opening up to First Nations peoples

05 Feb 2019 | Ann Maria Sabu

The Uluru Statement was a landmark moment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Australia, expressing their dreams and desires for acceptance and reconciliation. How can we do our part in supporting those dreams? One of our young writers interviewed Aboriginal Catholic Ministry Victoria Co-ordinator Sherry Balcombe.


Why does God allow drought?

05 Feb 2019 | Miriam Stewart

If God is really good, and all things are created by God, how is it that evil still exists? One of our young writers grapples with these questions, particularly in the light of the drought facing many farmers in her home community.


Making peace with nature

05 Feb 2019 | Michele Gierck

Having witnessed environmental degradation and its impact on poor communities first-hand, Finbarr Horgan says it’s up to all of us to do more to protect our environment. The challenge for each of us is to figure out how best to play our part – how to mend our broken relationship and reconcile with creation.


Silent Night: The origins of a classic Christmas tune

10 Nov 2018 | Lawrence Brazier

This year, one of the world’s most loved Christmas hymns turns 200. Few, however, might know the story of how it came to be composed.


Pray with Pope Francis

10 Nov 2018

Each month, the Pope puts forward a prayer intention and asks Catholics around the world to join him in prayer.


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