The Sisters of The Good Samaritan - Protection of Children, Young People and Vulnerable Adults
April 2017

Fundamentalism: a threatening global reality

Internationally respected anthropologist and theologian Father Gerry Arbuckle analyses the global reality of fundamentalism.

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New chapter for Mount St Benedict Centre

Sisters Elizabeth Brennan and Christine Manning look back on their time with deep gratitude.

Tags: News

Celebrating 25 years’ service in multicultural health

Sister Catherine Norman recently retired from the Hunter New England Area Health Service.

Tags: News

“Lucky to have been influenced by strong women”

Former Mount St Benedict College student, Julie Knutsen, now an academic, educator, researcher and artist, is hoping to introduce a program to Australia which improves children’s literacy through art.

Tags: Profile

Appreciating the gift of those who walk with us

Monica Dutton reviews the newly-released book “The Attachment: Letters from a most unlikely friendship”.

Tags: Review

Engaging in science-religion dialogue

Science and religion are separate and distinct disciplines, but surely we must learn from the engagement of one discipline with the other, says Good Samaritan Sister Clare Condon.

Tags: Musings of a Leader

Leave the empty tomb behind

A poem for Easter week from Good Samaritan Sister Pam Grey.

Tags: Poetry

How are things in Glocca Morra?

Home is our sanctuary, our safe haven, our Glocca Morra, writes Roisin Kelly.

Tags: Being Just Neighbours

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