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Pea and ham soup

May 05, 2018 Comments Bartholomew Connors

As the temperature drops, soup season begins! This is a tasty traditional favourite.

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Anticipating May Aurora

April 30, 2018 Tracey Edstein

The May edition of Aurora will appear as an insert in The Newcastle Herald on Saturday 5 May and then in The Maitland Mercury, The Singleton Argus, The Manning River Times and The Scone Advocate on Wednesday 9 May and in The Muswellbrook Chronicle on Thursday 10 May.

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The Good News and the other news

April 07, 2018 Comments Bishop Bill Wright

Happy Easter! We are in Easter Week and it is the greatest of our Christian celebrations. The commemoration of Christ’s death and rising is the heart of our Christian faith.

Why play benefits children in the early years of school IMAGE Aurora

Why play benefits children in the early years of school

April 07, 2018 Comments Amy Theodore

Remember those childhood days of playing outside for hours with your friends until the sun went down and your parents had practically to drag you back inside?

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Quest to get Sebastian to the USA

April 07, 2018 Comments Amy Theodore

The Stace family from East Maitland is seeking the support of the community to help raise money for a medical intervention that could give their four-year-old son, Sebastian, a normal life.

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Trying to set true north where ethics are concerned

April 07, 2018 Comments Frank Brennan SJ AO

I’ve been asked to reflect on wisdom in the public square. In the wake of the royal commission, it is a brave priest who would buy into any controversy in the public square.

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Diocesan recognition for a committed young woman

April 07, 2018 Comments Tracey Edstein

When the young recipient of this year’s Magdalene Award, Claire McWilliam, thinks about the source of her deep Catholic faith, the faces of women come into her mind. “My faith journey’s been with the women – my mother, women in my parish of Toronto, women belonging to the groups I’m involved in. These women have given me the confidence to remain as faithful as I have.”

“She took me on and I’ve never looked back.” IMAGE Aurora

“She took me on and I’ve never looked back.”

April 07, 2018 Comments

Conference Manager at the Vinnies Centre at Islington, Chris Lloyd-Jones, graciously shared his story of redemption with Aurora.

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