Sister Theresa Morellini RSJ is currently based just over 3000km North East of Perth in the Warmun Community, a predominantly Catholic Indigenous community with a thriving art centre. We caught up with Sister Theresa to find out about faith and life in the East Kimberley.
Browsing: Homegrown Initiatives
We recently spoke to St Thomas More Society President Michael McAuley who shared his insights into the links between Christianity and the practice of law.
40 Days For Life has now reached the final stretch, with this year’s Sydney campaign seeing some encouraging fruits, including a nurse who recently quit her job at the preterm. We caught up with FLI Australia Executive Director Paul Hanrahan to find out more.
We caught up with young Sydney-sider Bridget Spinks to talk about her experience growing up Catholic, owning her faith and serving the Church. Bridget also filled us in on the upcoming Reasons for Hope retreat in Kiama, NSW.
40 Days for Life has now launched in cities around Australia. In Sydney, Bishop Julian Porteous was joined by close to 500 vigilers for an opening Mass followed by a procession to mark the beginning of the campaign. In this homily he reflects on the great dignity of every human being, and our call to uphold it.
Every now and then we come cross an initiative that truly inspires us; OASIS Youth is one of those. The Blacktown-based youth group is just about to launch an album, To Jesus, written and performed by the youth for the new evangelisation. Find out more.
The 40 Days for Life campaign has drawn over half a million people, resulting in a documented 6,749 lives saved. To find out how we can take part in the Australian campaign this Lent, we spoke with Paul Hanrahan, Executive Director of FLI Australia.
The 5th iWitness conference took place in Stanwell tops last weekend and was attended by close to 300 young people. We caught up with Dr Jovina Graham, one of the founding members of the iWitness leadership team, to find out about the conference and how it started.