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Consider living generously in a crisis

May 28, 2020 Rosie Kendall

The world is in crisis. None of us quite know what to do. Surely something this big should have been planned for. How can everything change so quickly?

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Shackles still too prevalent

May 27, 2020 Darrell Croker

Human trafficking and slavery are hidden crimes, yet researchers estimate 40 million people are enslaved worldwide and that slavery generates $US150 billion ($247 billion) for traffickers each year.

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Banana Muffins at St Nick's

May 21, 2020 Brooke Robinson

In St Nicholas Early Education centres across the region, cooking is regularly demonstrated to children, as part of a broad education program.

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Art of the encounter

May 20, 2020 Rosemary McAllister

When the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference wrote its Social Justice Statement 2019-2020, “Making it Real: Genuine human encounter in our digital world”, it could not have predicted its relevance in light of the world’s current situation.

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Shelter from the storm

May 19, 2020 Darrell Croker, Gavin Abraham

The Catholic Church is inviting its various agencies across the country to consider what facilities could be made available to support national efforts to limit the spread of COVID-19 within the community.

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Isolation is not so splendid for some

May 15, 2020 Stephen Groombridge

COVID-19 forced isolation is impacting on us all and significantly our capacity to see friends, engage in community activities and enjoy life in general.

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Mass movement to Melbourne

May 13, 2020 Brooke Robinson

Newcastle’s loss is St Patrick’s Cathedral in Melbourne’s gain following the appointment of Dr Philip Matthias as Director of Music.

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Survival of the gifted

May 12, 2020 Brittany Gonzalez

Agility and the ability to adapt are necessary for survival, but sometimes assistance comes in handy. Education is no different, and research continually throws up new ways of meeting challenges and rethinking the culture around learning.

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