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French Revolution gave way to Missionary Oblates

Australian Oblates

FRANCE’S saving grace after the French Revolution came directly from a young Catholic priest with a heart to save the souls of the poor and forgotten. St Eugene de Mazenod, a man born into wealth and nobility, felt called to renew the Church and work with the poor in France, ... Read More »

Senior Governance & Strategy Roles – Brisbane

Are you an accomplished leader who has a track record in providing high level advice to Leaders in a complex environment? Brisbane Catholic Education is currently seeking highly motivated individuals who know the power of combining technical excellence with strong relationships. You will engage with others to develop, implement, monitor ... Read More »

How I’m trying to find peace with depression

DEPRESSION is like the weather; sometimes you wake up to a beautifully clear day with complete clarity, small clouds drift in and out of sight intermittently slight doubts that soon turn into a seemingly permanent blanket shrouding your thoughts. Finally they culminate in utterly frightful downpours, where all the wonder ... Read More »

Street retreat an eye opener

Street retreat

A GROUP of students from St Augustine’s College, Augustine Heights, discovered what it meant to be homeless during an eye-opening street retreat. The 18 Year 10 students and three staff joined the many organisations around Brisbane volunteering their time to help people living on the streets. The group listened to ... Read More »

Dominican charism inspires Margaret Lee

Dr Margaret Lee

AFTER a lifetime working in Queensland secondary schools, Margaret Lee is exchanging the classroom for research. In January she will begin working for Brisbane Catholic Education executive director Pam Betts, liaising with universities for BCE. “It’s going to be a bit of everything,” Margaret said. “I’ll be researching and looking ... Read More »

Volunteers deliver at Mater hospital

Mater volunteer

INTERNATIONAL Volunteers Day is a special day of thanks for the Mater Hospital where volunteers donate 8000 hours each month to provide support for both patients and staff.  Each week more than 734 volunteer undertake shifts across 50 different roles, and Ross Littlewood is just one of them. International Volunteers ... Read More »

When life, spirituality and theology meet: A missionary’s tribute to Jesuit Fr Michael Gallagher

Fr Michael Paul Gallagher and Dr Maeve Heaney

Verbum Dei missionary Dr Maeve Louise Heaney found a mentor and friend in Jesuit Father Michael Paul Gallagher, who died on November 6.  Dr Heaney writes this personal tribute to a man always on her side. “FIND your question … and then seek to answer it.” Those who have taken ... Read More »

Area Supervisor – School Services North

Commencing January 2016 or as negotiated • Full-time fixed term • Based at North Lakes In this role you will provide leadership and support to a designated cluster of schools in the northern part of the Archdiocese. You will promote authentic Catholic schools as centres of quality learning and teaching ... Read More »

Office Staff: Administration and Finance Positions

Commencing early 2016 Real Talk is a growing Brisbane based Catholic Not-for-profit Charity organisation with a national focus. Positions available in Office Management, Administration and Finance. Part-time/Full-time; Hours negotiable; Based in Darra, QLD. Office experience essential. Applications close Monday 14 December Please contact paul@realtalkaustralia.com for full position description Read More »

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