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I-Kiribati women welcomed into Good Samaritan novitiate

Three young women from Kiribati have taken a leap of faith by moving to Australia to begin their novitiate journey with the Sisters of the Good Samaritan.

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Fifty years in special education: “a gift”

After 50 years’ service to the special education and disability sector, including 30 years at Mater Dei School in Camden, Sister Jeanie Heininger will retire at the close of the...

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“We want women to be free from violence”

A team of seven staff members and volunteers from the Good Samaritan Inn braved cold, wet and windy conditions recently to take part in the Walk Against Family Violence in...

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TGO’s book, film, podcast picks for summer

Fifteen of “The Good Oil’s” writers and readers offer their book, film and podcast recommendations for the summer season – recommendations they think will engage your mind and nourish your...

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Real people with gifts, stories and hopes

Walking with people who are seeking protection in Australia has allowed me to meet and learn from the most amazingly diverse, generous and inspiring people I’ve ever known, says Sister...

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Mary and the lost art of waiting

In our contemporary, connected world, that delicious down time, that lovely space created by waiting seems to have been crowded with production, writes Natalie Acton.

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