As Christians we are called to create a community of radical inclusion
A “preferential option for the other” is at the heart of the Gospel, and what it means to be Christian, while also offering a fresh way of thinking about love.
A rare bird’s-eye view of the windows in St Scholastica’s Chapel
Recent renovations to St Scholastica’s Chapel in Glebe have allowed the Sisters of the Good Samaritan’s archivist to get a bird’s-eye view of some of the treasures of the chapel.
Mater Dei Fresh Food provides a hands-on learning experience
A fully functioning mini Woolworths store at Mater Dei School aims to mimic the operations of a supermarket with baskets for fresh food, signage, shelves for groceries, uniforms and registers.
Ties of friendship bind Port Pirie to Kiribati and the Good Sams
The long-standing warm relationship between the Sisters of the Good Samaritan, Port Pirie Diocese and the Pacific nation of Kiribati was reaffirmed when two I-Kiribati Sisters visited the Diocese recently.
On the brink of everything
Parker Palmer’s book ‘On the Brink of Everything’ on ‘grace, gravity, and growing old’ was the inspiration for bringing together my thinking about a recent retreat experience, writes Alice Priest.
Interfaith dialogue: iftar and the healing of hospitality
When my Muslim sisters host iftar, the meal taken by Muslims at sundown to break their daily fast during Ramadan, it’s a lively event with food, games, conversation and laughter.
And the band played on
A visit to the small Pacific island nation of Kiribati was a rare opportunity for Judith Holt, who experienced a place of learning where inclusivity is intrinsic to the culture.