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More than a beautiful game, soccer brings communities together

NELSON Kimaru is a soccer guru. He played it where he was born in Tanzania, where he was schooled in Kenya and where he now lives in Brisbane. In Kenya, he was selected for the national soccer competition. When he came to Brisbane, he was looking for a way to play again. Nelson signed up for Kicking Goals Together – ... 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 »

This couple voluntarily lived in the slums of India for 14 years

TWO young people, fresh out of uni, meet in Brisbane, fall in love, get married and set off for India with wild dreams of making the world a better place. A couple of decades on, they’re back in Brisbane – older, greyer, but as passionate as ever about their dreams. Cathy and Mark Delaney have a different story in married ... Read More »

Iona College – Dean of Students

Dean of Students (Commencing Term 1, 2020) Our Beliefs IONA COLLEGE is Inspired by the Gospel of Jesus Christ and the life of St Eugene de Mazenod. We focus on educating and empowering members of our community to dare to make a positive difference throughout their lives and to the lives of others.MEMBERS of our Catholic community are encouraged to ... Read More »

Experienced GP – ACU Medical Centre Brisbane

 Australian Catholic University Medical Centre Brisbane – Seeking Experienced GP   Australian Catholic University is seeking an experienced GP to work minimum three full days at its Medical Centre on Banyo Campus. The Medical Centre provides services to ACU’s undergraduate and postgraduate student population (7,000 domestic and international students, 72% female), ACU staff and the general community. We are looking for a ... Read More »

Indigenous hopes rising with the appointment of Ken Wyatt to leadership at the highest level

A BRISBANE indigenous Catholic leader has hailed the appointment of Ken Wyatt as indigenous Australians’ minister as a significant moment for reconciliation in this country. “I think that this is a great milestone and our young people need to see some leadership at the highest level,” Murri Ministry co-ordinator Ravina Waldren said. “They need to see that through reconciliation we ... Read More »

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