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Catholic Teacher blog: We, as teachers

10 Oct 2018 | Fr Andrew Hamilton

World Teachers’ Day has been held on 5 October since 1994 and its aim is to honour the instructors of the world.


Sneaky Jesus song: All I am

30 Sep 2018 | Brendan Nicholls

A Sneaky Jesus song may not be a religious song, but that doesn't stop it from being spiritual. Jess Glynne's song 'All I Am' is a fitting anthem for those deeply in love. 


Calling young Catholic First Peoples

11 Sep 2018 | Craig Arthur

Schools and communities are asked to consider accompanying their young Aboriginal and Torrest Strait Islander leaders to the 2018 NATSICC Assembly in October.


Catholic Teacher blog: Who is my mate?

11 Sep 2018 | Nathan Ahearne

A hallmark of many Australian Catholic schools is the emphasis on instilling a faith that does justice.


Benenson Society remembers the White Rose

03 Sep 2018 | Adrian Agpasa

Around 100 people, including staff and students from 11 Catholic secondary colleges, gathered at Xavier College, Melbourne, last month to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the executions of six members of the White Rose.


Sneaky Jesus song: Watching the Wheels

29 Aug 2018 | Brendan Nicholls

music symbol - deposit photosA 'Sneaky Jesus song' may not be a religious tune, but that doesn't stop it from being spiritual. John Lennon rejected organised religion, but ironically lived a life that is allegorical of the Bible.


Feast of St Vincent de Paul

29 Aug 2018 | Fr Andrew Hamilton

st vincent de paul - wikimediaWhile the name 'Vinnies' is instantly recognisable, the saint who the society is named after was not one to seek the limelight. Rather he would have  happy to stay hidden behind the church's service to people who are poor.


Sponsorship needed

22 Aug 2018

Schools and parishes are being asked to consider sponsoring one or more Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people to attend the NATSICC Assembly in Perth in October.


Feeding the worker

21 Aug 2018 | Nathan Ahearne

Despite some misgivings at the beginning, Nathan Ahearne is a firm believer in the benefits of the Catholic Leaders Formation Network in growing faith and making deep connections with people.


Catholic Teacher blog: Prayer for Creation

14 Aug 2018 | Fr Andrew Hamilton

dandelionWith the nomination of 1 September as a day of prayer for creation, Pope Francis wanted to enlist Catholics into a universal movement of passionate concern for the environment.


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