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Search Results for "valuesandmoraldecision-making"

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Opening your home to children in need

08 Aug 2019 | Abbey Maffescioni

Becoming a foster carer can be a wonderful and rewarding experience, and make a real and lasting difference to the life of a child or young person.


A holy place in jeopardy

07 Aug 2019 | Kieran Noonan

A teacher from Bunbury writes about a campaign to save a sacred Aboriginal site from becoming a highway.


Explorations – family life

07 Aug 2019 | Andrew Hamilton SJ

For better or worse, most of us first learn about relationships from the way people are treated in our family. That's why helping strengthen and support families is so important in the Catholic Church.


No room at the school

05 Aug 2019 | Chiara Fankhauser

A holy family finds out that what makes them special also makes them not-so-welcome in some places.


Celebrating St Ignatius’ Feast Day

16 Jul 2019 | Fr Andrew Hamilton

Ignatius’ distinctive gift was to combine a passionate desire to serve God through following Jesus’ way with prayerful reflection about how to adapt his service to the diverse and changing situations of his age.


Ignatian discernment: making better choices

16 Jul 2019 | James O'Brien

A new pilgrim, Ignatius once let a donkey decide whether he would go after and attack a man he met on the road who had insulted Mary, the mother of Jesus. The donkey took the better path, and so then did Ignatius.


Cyberbullying: Questions and activities

13 May 2019 | Michael McVeigh

Read Resisting cyberbullying in the Winter 2019 edition and take part in the various questions and activities. 


Resisting cyberbullying

13 May 2019 | Hannah Kennelly

Cyberbullying is a growing issue, particularly for young people who spend much of their time building and maintaining relationships in the virtual world.


Christ is alive

07 May 2019

Five takeaways from Pope Francis’ letter on young people and the Church, Christus Vivit, which was released in April.


Rules of conflict: questions and reflections

02 May 2019 | Michele Frankeni

A number of armed conflicts are occurring around the world, but even in times of war there are laws. These reflections and activities encourage students to explore how a rights-based view on the world can shape our response to events – looking at examples from pop culture. 

 


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