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YJA 2016 Intermediate Honourable Mention: A Journey to Remember

17 Aug 2016 | Sarah Kelso

My grandpa is the most inspirational person in my life because he ran away and risked his life to get away from a communist Romania to get a better life for his family. 


Reflection questions and activities for ‘Can love make a way to justice?’

10 Aug 2016 | Clare Deignan

Reflection questions and activities for ‘Can love make a way to justice?’ in the Winter 2016 edition


Video: One man & his cathedral

10 Aug 2016 | Staff

For 53 years, Justo Gallego has devoted his days to building a cathedral by hand on his land on the outskirts of Madrid. 


Prayer blog: Blessed by the mess of the princess

06 Jul 2016 | Peta Edmonds

The angel of healing has come into my life in different ways. For me, looking up to different figures has been a help for me. There is one figure that stands out. She stands out with a halo of light because she, the Princess, always liked hats and they went well with her golden hair. 


Reflection questions and activities for 'Under an orange sky'

31 May 2016 | Clare Deignan

Reflection questions and activities for 'Under an orange sky' in the Winter 2016 edition


Under an orange sky

31 May 2016 | Beth Doherty

The 2016 Young Australians of the Year – Nick Marchesi and Lucas Patchett – first became passionate about social justice when they were students at St Joseph’s College in Brisbane. With the Orange Sky Laundry, they have found a way to make a real difference in the lives of homeless Australians.


Can love make a way to justice?

31 May 2016 | Brigidine Sister Jane Keogh

The Love Makes A Way movement has seen Christians across the country take part in sit-in protests in the offices of politicians from both major political parties. Their objective is to bring to an end to the offshore detention of people who seek asylum in Australia. The protesters risk arrest and imprisonment to be heard. We asked Brigidine Sister Jane Keogh to share what it was like to be one of them.


A letter to a runner

31 May 2016 | Michael McGirr

Dear David Rudisha,

I am writing to wish you well for the Olympic Games coming up shortly in Rio. It hardly seems four years since you blitzed the field to win the 800m men’s final in London, 2012. That event has been hailed as one of the great races of history. Every competitor broke the previous world record.


Reflection questions and activities for 'A World Youth Day pilgrim’s song'

13 May 2016 | Clare Deignan

Reflection questions and activities for 'A World Youth Day pilgrim’s song' in the Easter 2016 edition


Reflection questions and activities for 'Tackling violence against women'

20 Apr 2016 | Geraldine Martin

Reflection questions and activities for 'Tackling violence against women' in the Easter 2016 edition


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