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Social justice group honours local singer for his community efforts

Josh Arnold

TOOWOOMBA singer-songwriter Josh Arnold has won the diocese’s 2016 Social Justice Award. At the recent award presentation, the diocese’s Social Justice Commission executive officer Dr Mark Copland paid tribute to Mr Arnold for his work with the Walk Together Project. “The Walk Together Toowoomba Project, which was the brainchild of musician and community builder Josh Arnold, is something the whole ... Read More »

New education executive in Cairns helped establish education initiative on Nauru

Ian Davis

CAIRNS diocese’s Catholic Education Services new deputy executive director was involved in helping Australian Border Force with education needs on Nauru. CES has appointed Ian Davis deputy executive director to succeed Diarmuid O’Riordan, who resigned to become principal of St Edmund’s College, Ipswich. Mr Davis takes up his new role from January 16. In announcing Mr Davis’ appointment, CES executive ... Read More »

Christmas is united with our own redemption

traditional nativity

“Since ancient times, Christians have called the period since the birth of Our Lord by a beautiful name: anni salutis reparatae ñ the years of restored salvation.” AS we once again gather alongside the Magi to adore the Christ-child, to hear the message of the angel with the shepherds in the field and to praise God in song together with ... Read More »

State’s chief scientist Dr Geoff Garrett impressed with Algester Catholic school’s environmental learning centre

impressed-scientist

QUEENSLAND’S chief scientist had nothing but praise for the learning taking place at an environmental learning centre – Sheep Station Gully – at St Stephen’s School, Algester. Dr Geoff Garrett joined Queensland Science Minister Leeanne Enoch for a tour of the award-winning, state-of-the-art facility, which was designed to enhance practical learning opportunities in the field of science. Conceived under the ... Read More »

You can now grab a bargain and sip on a good coffee at Vinnies

coffee-at-vinnies

COFFEE lovers with an eye for a bargain at Sumner Park will be thrilled to find the local Vinnies store is the first in the St Vincent de Paul Society to have a café. With no cafes in sight at the industrial estate, in Brisbane’s west, Vinnies have found a new range of customers venturing into its store with the introduction ... Read More »

Community farewells friends and faith guide

Farewell-to-Father-Pulickal

WHEN a community says goodbye to its parish priest, there are many memories shared. But when a priest leaves a parish to go home to his mother country, it is far more heartfelt. Carmelite Father Thomas Pulickal arrived in Townsville in November 2012 from India where he had lectured at the Carmelite seminary in Liturgy. Upon arriving he was appointed ... Read More »

Townsville Catholics attend Mass celebrating Port Moresby archdiocese’s 50th

port-moresby-turns-50

DELEGATES from Townsville diocese visited Papua New Guinea in late November to help celebrate the golden anniversary of Port Moresby archdiocese. During the Golden Jubilee Mass at St Mary’s Cathedral, Cardinal John Ribat spoke to the more than 2000 gathered and shared many historical facts about the forming of what is now the Archdiocese of Port Moresby. “The archdiocese was originally ... Read More »

Catholic school students are rewriting the future for Brisbane’s refugees and migrants

Chisholm-College

STUDENTS at Chisholm Catholic College, Cornubia, are rewriting the future for refugees and migrants through a pioneering project titled Liberation Letters. Under strict and close supervision, the students have visited Multilink Community Services at Logan Central once a week after school to offer practical support preparing resumes and cover letters for mostly refugee and migrants. The project began with the ... Read More »

Ex-Marist student from Emerald named NT Young Australian of the Year

NT Young Australian of the Year

A PASSION for healthy living and a desire to share that with others particularly those who live with mental illness, has seen a former student from Marist College, Emerald, awarded the 2017 Northern Territory Young Australian of the Year, earlier this month. Bridie Duggan completed Years 11 and 12 at Marist College, graduating in 2010, and she spoke fondly of ... Read More »

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