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Daniel and Daryl Giles bringing hope to families living with autism

Daryl and Daniel Giles

DANIEL Giles has been thinking a lot about Heaven and the meaning of life since the coronavirus pandemic hit Australian shores. “I know Jesus talks about living life to the full, and I’ve kept thinking, ‘Hmm, what does life to the full really mean? Was I living life to the full before the pandemic?’,” Daniel said. But if you asked ... Read More »

Pope to dads: Play with your kids, be strong, loving, moral role models

Pope Francis blesses child

WHEN their lives are all work and no play, men turn their children into “orphans” who lack a father to guide them, show them love and teach them values, Pope Francis said. “They are orphans in a family because their fathers are often absent, also physically, from home, but above all because when they are home they don’t act like ... Read More »

Guide to being a father

No manual for being a father

LEARNING to be a father is not as easy as picking up a manual, menALIVE co-founder and author of a new book for dads Robert Falzon said. Mr Falzon has co-authored a new book, The Father Factor, set for release by Australian publishing company Connor Court later this year. The menALIVE co-founder and father of four said the ministry team ... Read More »

Saturday morning tests Dad

Family breakfast

By Peter Holmes BEING a father, my thoughts and discussions with other fathers frequently visit the matter of my children’s formation. Are the children receiving the best moral and religious formation possible? Am I a good role model, mentor and do I support their formation? Any brief moment of relaxation is usually disintegrated by a nagging sense of guilt over ... Read More »

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