The Sisters of The Good Samaritan - Protection of Children, Young People and Vulnerable Adults
March 2018

Sisters take their leave after 93 years at Pennant Hills

There was sadness, but overwhelmingly a deep sense of gratitude, as the Good Samaritan Sisters came together with friends earlier this month to ritualise the closure of “Regenbah”, their historic convent at Pennant Hills in Sydney, which has been a significant community for the Sisters over the last nine decades.

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Accolades for “pioneering” leadership of Terry Creagh

Tributes flowed at a special dinner in Sydney last Friday night to honour Terry Creagh,

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Is there life before death? On living fully

In a reflection adapted from her new book, “How to Live”, Judith Valente considers a

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How a walnut tree became my teacher

It may sound surprising, says Sally Neaves, but a walnut tree I discovered four years

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Ready to take the next step in their Good Samaritan journey

Two young women from Kiribati, Kawi Arebonto and Tenta Maritino, will make their first profession

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Binge-watching our Easter journey

While studies reveal “binge-watching” isn’t good for our physical health and social well-being, could it

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In gratitude for "bountiful gifts and graces"

“There is a season for everything, a time for every purpose under heaven – a

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