LATEST FROM AURORA MAGAZINE

The Catholic Wrap-up: But only up to a point IMAGE Aurora Magazine

The Catholic Wrap-up: But only up to a point

March 01, 2017 Comments Bishop Bill Wright

Yes, it is a quandary. You will be reading this in early March, after the Royal Commission’s Case Study 50, also called ‘the Catholic Wrap-up’, has finished. If I were to write nothing about it for this edition, that would seem very strange.

LATEST IN CATHOLIC SCHOOLS

Like a young tree, we will grow IMAGE Catholic Schools

Like a young tree, we will grow

March 24, 2017 Gabrielle Sutherland

Each year, St Joseph’s Primary School, Merriwa, take part in a wonderful tradition to welcome the new students and staff to the school community.

LATEST IN SOCIAL SERVICES

Closing the gap IMAGE Social Services

Closing the gap

March 20, 2017 Comments Maryanne Kerrins

It is no secret that there is a significant gap between the outcomes across many different domains for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples when compared with the non-Indigenous Australian population.

LATEST IN LOCAL CHURCH

Sisters in Humanity IMAGE Local Church

Sisters in Humanity

March 23, 2017 Brooke Robinson

On the eve of International Women’s Day, women of faith gathered together for dinner at the Catholic diocesan offices. Anglicans, Catholics, Uniting Church members, Baptists and Muslims were all represented with over 60 women attending.

LATEST IN EARLY EDUCATION

Taking an active role in caring for our environment IMAGE Early Education

Taking an active role in caring for our environment

March 23, 2017 Comments Toni Warburton

Children in the Moane Room have been exploring an interest in cars, garbage trucks and recycling. What began as role play, ‘being the garbage collector’, soon turned into an elaborate learning experience involving many children.

LATEST OPINION & COMMENT

TUESDAYS WITH TERESA: SRE, is it a good thing? You decide! IMAGE Opinion & Comment
TUESDAYS WITH TERESA: Dancing women! (and a struggling church) IMAGE Opinion & Comment

YEAR IN REVIEW

A praying community with a family feeling IMAGE Year in Review

A praying community with a family feeling

February 07, 2017 Jessie Cairns

Many of you reading this article will have seen invitations to Adoration, or as this experience is affectionately called locally, Seven @ Sacred Heart (SASH).

Good people telling good news in good ways IMAGE Year in Review

Good people telling good news in good ways

January 13, 2017 Comments Tracey Edstein

When he teaches adult groups under the auspices of the Tenison Woods Education Centre (TWEC), Michael O’Connor, parishioner of Wallsend, describes himself in terms of “four Xes”.