Margot Hadfield of Mount St Benedict College, Pennant Hills, recently participated in an immersion experience to Kiribati. View her photo essay which captures life in Kiribati from the perspective of Australian teachers.
Around 160 representatives from the Catholic, Independent and State school sectors are expected to attend the Mater Dei Special Education Conference at Campbelltown, NSW from November 22 to 23.
“Our students do amazing things!” That’s the theme of a fundraising luncheon in Sydney next Sunday October 21, featuring four high profile graduates of Good Samaritan Colleges.
Musings of a Leader
It is time again to open the windows afresh and engage in meaningful ways with the world, writes Clare Condon SGS.
When I look back to the person I was, she is a stranger to me. She was broken in so many ways; physically, financially, emotionally and spiritually, writes Leeza Baric.
Vatican II’s Declaration on Religious Freedom marked a very important and dramatic crossing for the Church into the modern era, writes Bernard Teo CSsR.
South Australia’s newest District Court Judge, Paul Slattery, reflects on the contribution of family, faith and education toward his journey to the Bench.
Faith in the Ordinary
As the Catholic Church in Australia celebrates a “Year of Grace”, Benedictine Sister, Magdalen Mather, from Jamberoo Abbey in NSW, reflects on what ‘grace’ means to her.
Being Just Neighbours
It is unfortunate that the Special Olympics do not coincide with the Olympic and Paralympic Games, writes Moira Byrne Barton.
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