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Deputy Principal – Middle School

Ryan Catholic College, Kirwan, Townsville If you are an experienced and committed Catholic educator, an exciting opportunity exists for the role of Deputy Principal (Middle School) at Ryan Catholic College, Townsville. You will be a member and work closely with a nine (9) person leadership team. The role is specifically ... Read More »

Assistant Principal positions – Diocese of Lismore

The Diocese of Lismore seeks applications from outstanding professionals who are practicing Catholics and enthusiastic witnesses to Jesus Christ. The successful applicants must possess an informed, critical and contemporary understanding of Catholic school education in the 21st Century. Education in the Diocese of Lismore is built upon the Central Beliefs ... Read More »

Q&A with Fr Nicholas Maurice

  Fr Nicolas Maurice was raised in Brisbane, studied engineering at the University of Queensland, joined the seminary for Lismore diocese and studied at the Pontifical North American College in Rome. He was ordained for the Diocese of Lismore on July 3, 2008. He is a lecturer at Vianney College, ... Read More »

Brisbane ranked 13th highest region with homelessness

  BRISBANE ranks 13th highest in the country for regions affected by homelessness, St Vincent de Paul Society Queensland state president John Forrest announced as he launched Vinnies’ Winter Appeal for 2016.  There are 9700 homeless people in Brisbane on any given night, an alarming 1.97 per cent of the ... Read More »

WYD 2016: Four things you need to know about Poland

Poland

FIFTY World Youth Day pilgrims across Brisbane gathered at Our Lady of Victories, Bowen Hills, for one of our final formation sessions last week.  The pilgrims participated in Polish Mass, followed by a Q&A session.  The Q&A panel included Bowen Hills parish priest Society of Christ Father Andrzej Kolaczkowski, Brisbane Honorary ... Read More »

Catholic schools stand in solidarity together

solidarity

ST Brendan’s Catholic Primary School, Moorooka, learnt the true meaning of solidarity when St Mary MacKillop School, Birkdale, presented it with a cheque for $1500 for its sports program. Year 6 students at St Mary MacKillop had finished an integrated unit of work which had touched on the Catholic social ... Read More »

Former Capuchin friar charged

POLICE have appealed to any victims of child abuse to come forward following a court appearance of a former Capuchin friar named at the child abuse royal commission. Former priest Anthony Francis “Damian” Colbourne, an ex-member of the Capuchin Friars, faced Wynnum Magistrates Court on May 23 — across the road from ... Read More »

Q&A with Archbishop Mark Coleridge

How should Catholics in Queensland respond (to the proposed private member’s bill in State Parliament on abortion)? First of all understand the legislation and what it is saying. And thatís important. Then understand the human reality of abortion. The situation in which a woman considers an abortion is an incredibly ... Read More »

Age no barrier in shaving for a cure

Isabella Mackay holding her World’s Greatest Shave Certificate

FAMILY, friends and the school community of St Anthony’s Primary School, Toowoomba, took time out of their busy schedules on the morning of May 6, to support eight-year-old Isabella Mackay “Shave for a Cure”. Isabella was willing to sacrifice her hair to raise funds for her grandfather who is receiving ... Read More »

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