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Imagining a new world with women fully alive

Imagine provides women living in Brisbane the chance to encounter Christ and transform their communities.

BRISBANE Catholic women’s movement Imagine celebrated their first anniversary last month. Lead by a team of six young Catholic women, Imagine provides women living in Brisbane the chance to encounter Christ and transform their communities. Many of the women involved in Imagine are young stay-at-home mums, full time career women and students. Their challenge for all women is to “live ... Read More »

Dreams of a united college campus realised

Brisbane Catholic Education executive director Pam Betts, principal Mark Stower and Archbishop Mark Coleridge after the opening of the new merged Mt Maria College campus.

MT Maria College officially opened its new “merged campus” in Mitchelton on August 31, completing the first three stages of the College Master Plan. Since 2006, the college has operated on two campuses, in Enoggera and Mitchelton, under the one principal. In 2009, parents, college staff and Brisbane Catholic Education representatives began plans to merge the two campuses onto the ... Read More »

Ordination date set

DEACON Neville Yun’s ordination to the priesthood for the Brisbane archdiocese has been confirmed for 7pm on Friday, November 29 at St Stephen’s Cathedral. He said it would be an exciting time. “People realise that it’s a big commitment for one person to serve the Church for their entire life,” he said. Deacon Yun said the Catholic community had been ... Read More »

A tale of courage and hope for others

Michaela Hillam

HOW does a woman know she’s being abused? That’s a question Michaela Hillam has been asking formore than eight years. While she’s known for being the Ignite Conference project officer and working as the marketing officer for Christian Supplies, Michaela is also a prolific writer and aspiring author. The 24 year old recently finished the draft of her first book, ... Read More »

Deacon Nev’s ordination looming

Deacon Nev ordination

  DEACON Neville Yun’s 0rdination as a priest for the Brisbane archdiocese has been confirmed for 7pm  on Friday, November 29 at St Stephen’s Cathedral. Deacon Yun will be ordained along with a member of the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of the Southern Cross. He said it would be an exciting time for the Church in Brisbane. “People realise ... Read More »

Kids gain technological edge

Kids Connect 2013-09-08

MORE than 150 Catholic primary school students gathered at The Edge in Brisbane’s Cultural Centre on August 26 and 27 for technology conference 2013 Kids Connect. The conference is aimed at giving students from primary schools a fun and practical experience of technological trends and skills. Students had the option to participate in breakout groups that facilitated a range of ... Read More »

New book on gifts of the Holy Spirit

Fr Ken Barker book, 2013-09-08

MISSIONARIES of God’s Love founder Fr Ken Barker has released a new book, Alive in the Spirit, which highlights the need to rely on the Holy Spirit in approaching the new evangelisation. The moderator of the MGLs, who will step aside to make room for a new leader next year, felt convicted that the Church needs to draw more on ... Read More »

Angus’ faith renewed at WYD Rio

LATE on Sunday, July 21, Angus Jones walked beneath a clear Rio de Janeiro sky that governed an unusually quiet Copacabana beach. Angus sunk his feet in the soft, white sand, gazing up at the roaring sea. Excitement rushed over him as he saw the brilliant white cross, placed squarely above the large stage sitting at the head of the beach. ... Read More »

Four-star rating for ACU

AUSTRALIAN Catholic University students will have extra confidence of tracking down a job work after graduation. ACU has received a four-star rating in all three crucial graduate outcomes categories in The Good Universities Guide to Universities, TAFEs and Higher Education Providers 2014. The categories are: Getting a Job, Positive Graduate Outcomes and Graduate Starting Salary. Vice-Chancellor professor Greg Craven said ... Read More »

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