Monday, September 16, 2019
Username Password
Home » Slideshow (page 13)

Category Archives: Slideshow

Doctors warn legalising euthanasia could target and harm vulnerable older people

DOCTORS have warned the introduction of voluntary euthanasia laws could be used to target vulnerable older people, and put pressure on those who might consider themselves a burden to others. “As a society we should be judged on our support of a sick, vulnerable and frail elderly,” Australian and New Zealand Society for Geriatric Medicine Queensland president Dr Chrys Pulle ... Read More »

NAIDOC Week celebrations deepen the faith with rich culture, language and connection to land

THE ancient sounds of didgeridoo and clap sticks – not a church organ – broke the silence in Brisbane’s St Stephen’s Cathedral for the start of midday Mass last Sunday. And a group of young male Aboriginal dancers and Torres Strait Islander drummer accompanied the entrance procession. They, along with Indigenous people from around Brisbane, were there for the annual ... Read More »

Townsville children’s author Ian McIntosh trusts in God’s plan and discusses his unique morning routine

THERE’S “five things” Ian McIntosh credits in his early morning routine as keys to productivity and contentment.  “I pray and while I pray, I walk,” the Townsville author said. “(And) as I walk, I thank God for things, I’m big on gratitude.”  Ian said early morning prayer, walking and gratitude are combined with listening and reading.  “I listen to something ... Read More »

Multicultural Mass packs Sunnybank church, uniting the many people of God under one faith

A PATCHWORK of vibrant cultures packed Our Lady of Lourdes Church, Sunnybank, for the sixth annual Multicultural Mass last Sunday. Parish administrator Fr Stephen Camiolo said the Mass was an “awesome” experience. He said there were about 750 to 800 people for Mass with a number of parishioners wearing their national dress. Fr Camiolo celebrated the Mass with parish priest ... Read More »

QATSIF scholarships open, encouraging Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to lead the way

BUILDING tomorrow’s leaders – the Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Foundation has enjoyed great success in recent years and has just opened its 11th round of scholarships. The foundation supports Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in their completion of Years 11 and 12. QATSIF secretariat director Michael Nayler said last year the foundation took on 1416 new graduates ... Read More »

Scroll To Top