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How Fr Michel Remery breaks bread in a digital Jerusalem

DUTCH priest Fr Michel Remery is Tweeting the way to Jerusalem. Fr Remery, known for his book and app Tweeting with God, was at St Paul’s Book Centre in Brisbane last week launching his new book Online with the Saints and en route to the Australian Catholic Youth Festival in Perth. “I think it is important to overcome the image ... Read More »

Year 6 students build website to help peers with classroom IT issues

Lucas Want and Braeden Gates with their websites

“WE are straight on to it because we know ‘you’ need to get back-up online as soon as possible” – the words students want to hear from the IT department or Help Desk when an Internet problem arises. However, at Southern Cross Catholic College (SCCC) it was Year 6 students Lucas Want and Braeden Gates who were providing the solution ... Read More »

Experts advise caution on cyber safety program targeting children as young as four

child cyber safety

THE FEDERAL Government’s efforts to teach children as young as four about cyber safety must not sexualise or scandalise innocent minds, a relationships educator has cautioned. Paul Ninnes, whose organisation Real Talk Australia delivers sexual integrity presentations to 30,000 students in Catholic and state schools every year, responded to the announcement that the Australian Federal Police’s ThinkUKnow cyber safety program ... Read More »

Have you considered ‘digital fasting’ for Lent?

Digital fasting

BRISBANE Archbishop Mark Coleridge has encouraged Catholics to consider “digital fasting” this Lent. He made the suggestion during his Ash Wednesday homily on February 14 at the Cathedral of St Stephen, Brisbane. The Archbishop added digital fasting to the more traditional call to fast from food and other activities and habits as a mark of self-denial as Catholics contemplate Christ’s ... Read More »

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