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Catholic Teacher blog: World Water Day

13 Mar 2019 | Fr Andrew Hamilton

To sustain our lives we need to respect the natural cycles: to protect the conditions under which rain will fall, rivers will flow and forests will grow from the source of streams to river mouth.


Catholic Teacher blog: Love counts no cost

05 Mar 2019 | Fr Andrew Hamilton SJ

Love makes us able to celebrate the simplest and apparently most inconsequential aspects of our relationships. There is a synchronicity in Down Syndrome and World Poetry Days being on the same day as they are both about discovering depth and value in places we might see as ordinary.


Catholic Teacher blog: Telling womens' history

25 Feb 2019 | Fr Andrew Hamilton

One of the great gifts the past 50 years has brought is the number of women who have described the world from a woman’s perspective.


Catholic Teacher blog: Faith matters – humility

20 Feb 2019 | Brendan Nicholls

When we compare good and evil in the world it’s clear that good has the numbers. Thus, we can be hopeful and positive about our world.


Catholic Teacher blog: Set the world on fire

20 Feb 2019

The first Year 12 students have graduated from their new high shool in Timor-Leste with outstanding results.


Catholic Teacher: Faith formation resources for Term One 2019

11 Feb 2019 | Michael McVeigh

Thanks for joining us for another year of Catholic Teacher e-news. Here’s some of the exciting things we have in store for you in Term One.


Catholic Teacher blog: Go forward in hope

06 Feb 2019 | Brendan Nicholls

People are made for growth. If you remove the chance to return to what is safe, then the only way is forward.


Faith matters: Flight

04 Dec 2018 | Brendan Nicholls

Kelly LatimoreAdvent is a time to consider how the Christmas narrative might inform the actions of countries who have the ability to offer protection and welcome to those in need.


Catholic Teacher blog: Time to linger

29 Nov 2018 | Brendan Nicholls

Take the time to pause for a moment and consider how you might best approach the coming joyous season.


Catholic Teacher blog: Welcome the children

14 Nov 2018 | Fr Andrew Hamilton

We see cruelty to children as monstrous, but find it tolerated in our society. As International Children's Day is marked this month, let us remember Jesus' command to 'welcome the children'.


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