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Order of Preachers marks 800 year anniversary with Brisbane community

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Dominicans around the world are marking 800 years since St Dominic founded the Order of Preachers. Brisbane’s Dominican community gathered for a Mass at Our Lady of Graces Church, Carina, on November 6, for the conclusion of a year of celebrations. This is the Homily from Dominican priest Fr Matthew Boland, based in Melbourne. WE gather to mark the end ... Read More »

Inter-generational connections growing stronger at Cowley

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SOMETHING magical happens when the young and the “not so young” connect.  Unhurried by life, both are able to enjoy life’s simple pleasures together.  At Crowley Care Services in Ballina inter-generational magic happens regularly. “Our programs with three parish schools and St Anne’s Long Day Care Centre are vital to our sense of community bringing a quality of life with ... Read More »

Gold Coast girls’ conference helps dispel female stereotypes

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SEVERAL female stereotypes were shattered at this year’s Love Being a Girl Conference at Aquinas College, Ashmore. Years 10, 11 and 12 students from across the Gold Coast registered for the unique girls’ conference, which featured workshops and guest speakers who encouraged the young delegates to choose the path to empowerment, boldness, resilience and beauty.  They also helped them realise ... Read More »

Jubilee reflection: Queensland Catholic schools opened doors in the Year of Mercy

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QUEENSLAND’S 300 Catholic school communities have taken up the challenge to find new ways of opening doors for students, parents, staff and the broader community throughout the Year of Mercy. Queensland Catholic Education Commission executive director Lee-Anne Perry said the jubilee year had been an opportunity for schools to reflect on the many aspects of mercy. “Throughout the year students ... Read More »

Parish Support and Projects Officer – Youth Evangelisation Office

Influential, team-oriented and relationship-based role Values driven organisation Pastoral care expertise required The Youth Evangelisation Office animates, supports and promotes the efforts of Catholic youth initiatives across the Archdiocese of Brisbane. Reporting to the Youth Project Consultant, who heads up the Youth Evangelisation Office, the Parish Support and Projects Officer will provide practical and pastoral support to empower parishes and ... Read More »

Communications Officer – Youth Evangelisation Office

Creative, team-oriented and relationship-based role Values driven organisation Design expertise required The Youth Evangelisation Office animates, supports and promotes the efforts of Catholic youth initiatives across the Archdiocese of Brisbane. Reporting to the Youth Project Consultant, who heads up the Youth Evangelisation Office, the Communications Officer will be responsible for effectively managing communication with and between youth initiatives across the ... Read More »

Fair as the moon: Four tips for shooting the supermoon tonight

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  WHERE will you be when the moon edges its closest to the Earth in 70 years? For the first time since 1948, the moon will be the closest to the Earth, at 15 per cent larger than its normal size. And it’s happening tonight. The astromonical phenomenon better known as the supermoon will occur, according to NASA, because the moon ... Read More »

Toowoomba bishop speaks at major European conference

Bishop McGuckin in Monaco

TOOWOOMBA Bishop Robert McGuckin has returned from Monaco after representing Federation of Catholic Bishops’ Conferences of Oceania at an international conference. Bishop McGuckin spoke at the Council of the Conferences of the European Bishops. “Unlike our plenary assemblies, on the whole it was mainly the presidents of European bishops’ conferences that are involved in the plenaries,” Bishop McGuckin wrote in ... Read More »

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