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Student wellbeing is paramount in our schools

June 01, 2019 Gabrielle Sutherland

When it comes to supporting male student wellbeing, our Catholic school communities are committed to a proactive whole-school approach.

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Classy first group walking the walk

June 01, 2019 Todd Dagwell

Generations of Hunter Catholic students have walked the pathway from feeder high school to senior college, but this year St Mary’s Catholic College, Gateshead and St Joseph’s College, Lochinvar will finally farewell Year 12 classes of their own.

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More to Seafarers than just staying afloat

June 01, 2019 Darrell Croker

Seafarers are responsible for 95% of all goods and products that come into Australia, yet they are an “invisible workforce” enduring tough and lonely conditions, and confronted with genuine threats to their lives.

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Father Figurado honours victims of Easter Sunday terrorist attack

June 01, 2019 Todd Dagwell

The Sri Lanka terrorist attack on Easter Sunday caused shock and sadness around the world, but one Hunter priest believes interfaith solidarity is the only way for the country to truly heal.

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The Christchurch effect

June 01, 2019 Bishop Bill Wright

One night at the recent Bishops’ Conference, a number of us were sitting around talking when someone remarked on something surprising. He said there had been greatly increased numbers at his Easter Masses, which was hardly what one would expect after all the bad news in churches in recent times. This, however, matched my own experience. There were more people in the Cathedral on Easter morning than I can recall in any of my time here. And other bishops had the same thing to report. What had happened?

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Working together for a shared future

June 01, 2019 Emma Clark

“Voice. Treaty. Truth. Let’s work together for a shared future.”

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A Reckless God? Currents and Challenges in the Christian Conversation with Science

June 01, 2019 Paul Robinson

Has there been a continuous 'war' between Christianity and science for hundreds of years?  Are the beliefs of Christians and the findings of science irreconcilable? This work answers 'no' to both questions.

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Lifelong learning needs early investment

June 01, 2019 Lizzie Snedden

Local and international studies demonstrate the first five years of a child’s life are the most critical for building the foundations for learning, wellbeing and health. Despite this, Australia currently ranks below the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) average for its investment in early childhood education.

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