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Walking with Australia’s Indigenous requires listening with the heart

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By Br Damien Price WE all like to be heard. My years working with young people taught me that when young people are voiceless or powerless great damage is done to themselves and that often they “act out” their voicelessness and powerlessness in other ways.  Some go inward to depression and a loss of confidence, while others go outward in ... Read More »

The Lights of Christmas set to illuminate St Stephen’s Cathedral again this year

HISTORIC St Stephen’s Cathedral will come alive again this Advent season, as the Lights of Christmas returns to Brisbane for its second year.  Tens of thousands gathered around the cathedral in 2018 to celebrate the joy of Christmas with the extraordinary sound and light show designed by AGB Events, the creators of The Lights of Christmas at St Mary’s Cathedral, ... Read More »

Former Queensland teacher takes final vows in Ganmain Dominican community

WHEN Jacqueline Ramsey got her first job as a teacher in 2008, she could have never imagined standing at the front of a classroom in a white habit. But that is exactly the life Sr Mary Dominica Ramsey has chosen with the Conventual Sisters of St Dominic in Ganmain. The former Queensland teacher from a family of nine professed her ... Read More »

Jesus Christ has truly been made one of us

By Br Brian Grenier TWO of the heresies that emerged in the early history of the Christian Church are Docetism (Jesus is God but not man) and Ebionism (Jesus is man but not God).  I use the present tense designedly because, like most ancient heresies, they still have their devotees today or, at least, people who are influenced by them. ... Read More »

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