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Wheels set in motion to support mobile education in Cambodia

Sister Eulie feature

AUSTRALIANS could help children in Cambodia receive an education and avoid the possibility of life in child sex trade by funding an innovative mobile centre. For more than a decade, the Daughters of Charity in Cambodia have offered education and care for children on the outskirts of the country’s capital. Countless disadvantaged children have become victims of Cambodia’s infamous sex ... Read More »

How to talk about sex with your kids

Talking sex

“MUM, Dad, where do babies come from?”  “Mum, Dad, what does sex mean?” The questions most parents are afraid to hear. But they will inevitably come in some shape or form.  Here are five top tips on how to talk to your kids about this amazing and important topic. 1. Sex education begins at birth   Look for opportunities to ... Read More »

What’s love got to do with it

Talking relationships at Hervey Bay

TALKING love and sex with teenagers can be an awkward conversation for some parents, but one Hervey Bay mum has found a way to make the tough chat palatable. Carmel Donnelly, a mother of five and youth worker at Hervey Bay City parish, decided other Catholics, not her qualified self, needed to shed light on the Church’s teachings on marriage ... Read More »

Taking a seat in the gaze of Christ

michaela hillam

By MICHAELA HILLAM THE hormone oxytocin is released during sex, childbirth and breastfeeding. It is a bonding agent. So, during these instances, not only are you bonded physically and spiritually, but chemically too. It makes sense, right? A small amount of this hormone is also released every time you make eye contact with someone. It is for this reason you ... Read More »

Pope says focus on morality can obscure Gospel message

Pope says focus on morality can obscure Gospel message

IN a lengthy and wide-ranging interview with one of his Jesuit confreres, Pope Francis spoke with characteristic frankness about the perils of overemphasising Catholic teaching on sexual and medical ethics – the reasons for his deliberate and consultative governing style, and his highest priority for the Church. The pope’s remarks appeared in an interview with Jesuit Father Antonio Spadaro, editor ... Read More »

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