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A pilgrimage of prayer

08 Aug 2019 | Kaitlyn Fasso-Opie

Seeking solace in places of worship while a family member battles illness.


Coming to terms with domestic violence

07 Aug 2019 | Chiara Fankhauser

Trigger warning: Article includes discussion of domestic violence and abuse. 
Physical violence and verbal abuse are just the most visible forms of domestic violence. One of our young writers says it’s important that people understand that the domestic abuse takes many forms, and that tackling it means addressing all of these aspects.


A sacrifice for family’s sake

07 Aug 2019 | Beatrice Van Rest

Agum came to Australia at the age of 15, leaving most of her family behind in a refugee camp in Uganda. Now a young mother, she reflects on the many challenges she has had to overcome and the opportunities that she hopes her children will now have as a result.


Three generations. One family story

07 Aug 2019 | Mieke De Vries

Family life today is much different to what it was in the past, particularly when it comes to the choices available for women. One of our young writers interviewed her mother and grandmother and learns that some of their choices and experiences continue to influence her life today.


Growing the village one peg doll at a time

07 Aug 2019 | Emilie Ng

A Brisbane-based Catholic ministry is helping to connect young Australian families through a creative painting project.


The family you make

07 Aug 2019 | Michele Frankeni

The Passionist Family Group Movement deepens relationships within parishes and among parishioners.


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.


My mental health journey

07 May 2019 | Caitlin Humphrys

After first being diagnosed with depression and anxiety at the age of 13, Caitlin Humphrys says her mental health journey has had its ups and downs. But she’s been blessed with the support of her family, school community, health professionals, and faith.


A space for all students

07 May 2019 | Francine Crimmins

A mental health project at St John Fisher College in Queensland has given students a space where they can chill out and connect with each other when they need it.


Building resilience in children

07 May 2019 | Hannah Gamble

It is essential that we equip primary school children with tools to navigate through the inevitable tough times that life will throw at them.


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