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Catholic Education Cairns – Multiple positions

Catholic Education in the Diocese of Cairns is targeting Graduate Teachers looking to kick start their teaching career in 2017. Applications are also invited from suitably qualified and experienced Catholic School leaders for the position of Assistant Principal – Religious Education within the Cairns Diocese. For further information, click here: CEO Cairns Read More »

Diocese of Lismore – Principal Positions

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 in Jesus Christ and the Foundational Values for Catholic Identity ... Read More »

ST MARY’S COLLEGE – Campus Minister

This is a contract position until December 2016 (with the possibility of a permanent position) and involves 30 hours per week.The Campus Minister works under the direction of the College Leadership Team to assist in ministering to the today school community to: • Extend the faith development opportunities and religious experience of students and, where appropriate, staff and parents• Foster ... Read More »

DIRECTOR OF MUSIC – Cathedral of St Stephen, Brisbane

The Cathedral of St Stephen is seeking a talented music leader to develop and deliver its music program. This full-time role will be responsible for the co-ordination and development of the choral program with the assistance from the Assistant Director of Music along with organising special events/performances. Salary $107,500 (Total Employment Cost)+ AUDFor further details or to apply please email ... Read More »

Cairns town tends to grief 12 months after tragic explosion

RAVENSHOE parishioners gathered for an ecumenical service at St Teresa’s Church to commemorate the lives lost in a disaster last year that shook the whole community. The small town located on the Atherton Tablelands was rocked by disaster 12 months ago when a vehicle crashed into a gas bottle at a local cafe, causing an explosion that killed two people ... Read More »

Catholic teachers upgrade their technology skills

Teacher upgrade

TEACHERS have learnt about the importance of integrating technology in the classroom from two of the top experts in the field. The teachers, from various schools across Brisbane Catholic Education, came together at Apple’s head office in Brisbane City for the exclusive afternoon presentation and networking event with Dr Ruben Puentedura and Dr Damian Bebell. Dr Puentedura is the founder and president of ... Read More »

EOFY: Help end hardship for leprosy sufferers


MUAZU from Nigeria was diagnosed with leprosy 35 years ago.  A cure exists, but sadly he did not receive the Multi Drug Therapy that he needed to be cured. This means he has continued to suffer ever since. Without the proper treatment, Muazu continued to develop discoloured skin patches.  Reactions to this awful disease meant that he suffered pain all ... Read More »

EOFY: Ministry to mentally ill “a beacon of hope”

St Patrick's Church

BEHIND St Patrick’s Church in Fortitude Valley there is a centre that does good, indeed holy work.  It’s called the Catholic Psychiatric Pastoral Care centre and it’s one of Centacare’s pastoral ministries. The centre is a place where people who suffer from a psychiatric illness can learn new skills, grow in their faith and form true friendships.  It’s a beacon of ... Read More »

Queensland educator and Vinnies member among Catholics honoured in Queen’s birthday list

Queen's honours

PROMINENT Catholics have been honoured in the 2016 Queen’s Birthday Honours list.  They include Mike Byrne, appointed as a Member of the Order of Australia for significant service to Catholic education as an administrator, to policy development and reform, and to professional standards. “It’s wonderful to see Mike Byrne’s outstanding contribution to Catholic education in Queensland recognised publicly,” Queensland Catholic ... Read More »

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