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Calling a CatholicCare midwife!

March 01, 2017 Comments Lizzie Snedden

Recently I received an email with the subject ‘Baby’. It caught my attention. Intrigued, as no one I knew was expecting a baby, I opened the email. The message that followed was succinct but powerful.

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Exam results do not measure success in life

March 01, 2017 Comments Tanya Russell

Q  My son Jack has completed his first term of Year 12 and his anxiety levels are climbing. He has set himself high standards and wants to proceed to university. I want to support him and would appreciate some strategies, including how best to prepare him for the HSC exams.

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Sisters give and receive joy in Forster Tuncurry

March 01, 2017 Comments Greg Byrne

Josephite Religious Sisters Louise McDonell and Kathryn McCabe have lived in community together for 16 years and have become an integral part of the Catholic Parish of Forster Tuncurry. They have represented a continual Josephite presence in our community since the Sisters of St Joseph first came to the parish in 1958 to establish Holy Name Primary School at Forster.

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Keeping Mercy in focus with the sweet taste of honey

March 01, 2017 Comments Margaret Swift

The parishes of Taree and Wingham are operating a small-scale project to keep alive the message of the Year of Mercy.

“Volunteers always receive more than they give.” IMAGE Aurora Magazine

“Volunteers always receive more than they give.”

March 01, 2017 Comments Tracey Edstein

In these days of digital communication, such ‘vintage’ items as a parish bulletin could be thought to be outmoded, but in fact a bulletin notice was the catalyst for Taree’s Maria Rohr to take a step away from her comfort zone.

Let's play; the possibilities are endless! IMAGE Aurora Magazine

Let's play; the possibilities are endless!

March 01, 2017 Comments Kim Moroney

Albert Einstein believed that “Play is the highest form of research.”

Lachlan says,” When I play I use my imagination. You can do anything with it, because anything can happen in your imagination.”

Mia says, “You can share your imagination by whispering it in someone’s ear.”

Cloudy with a chance of insight IMAGE Aurora Magazine

Cloudy with a chance of insight

March 01, 2017 Comments John Murray

According to the Gospel writers, the Transfiguration was a cloudy occasion, as was the Ascension. The poet, Wordsworth, associated clouds with loneliness and clouds have frequently been favoured as subjects by painters.

Was the Holy Lamb of God on England’s pleasant pastures seen? IMAGE Aurora Magazine

Was the Holy Lamb of God on England’s pleasant pastures seen?

March 01, 2017 Comments Sonia Roulston

I want to begin with a few definitions of Anglicanism...

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