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.
May 18, 2022
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.
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.
May 16, 2022
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.
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.
Everyone hopes for something. It’s an inherent part of being a human being, defining our desires and shaping the self-narrative about the future we all have running inside our minds.
April 19, 2022
This portrayal of the Parable of the Good Samaritan by Carmel Lillis offers a profound insight into the reality of life for refugees through the chance meeting of two strangers.
Launching the consultation for the synod on synodality, Pope Francis calls us to “look others in the eye and listen to what they have to say”, writes Clare Condon SGS.
March 14, 2022
Good Samaritan Sister Catherine McCahill reflects on the life of Sister Pauline Elizabeth Fitz-Walter, Christ’s messenger who was a witness to the Christian message of hope, joy, love and peace. ...
February 17, 2022
Good Samaritan Sister Pauline Fitz-Walter OAM, described by her friend Bishop David Cremin as “our Mother Teresa” for her service to people at the margins, died on December 16, 2021.
More than a month after Typhoon Rai, or Odette as it is known locally in the Philippines, tore through the islands of Visayas and Mindanao, killing more than 400 people
It was the end of an era when Good Samaritan Sister Sue Hallams retired from her role in pastoral ministry at St Francis Xavier College in Canberra in December 2021.