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Domestic violence, separation and Church teaching

Domestic violence

SHOULD I stay, or should I go now?  It is the title of a chart-topping single by British punk band The Clash, but also a life-defining, cry-in-the-dark question facing many couples caught in crisis.  When domestic violence is involved, when is enough, enough? Separation. Under what circumstances can a spouse or partner leave another? Many people, including Catholics, are forced ... Read More »

A dentist’s insight into domestic violence

Dentist Andrew Teakle

BRISBANE dentist Andrew Teakle stands on the frontline of the domestic violence battle. He has witnessed dozens of cases of broken teeth, broken bones, and bruised and swollen lips and faces – testament to the force and ferocity of a family bashing. Women with facial injuries and broken teeth are often more likely to seek dental treatment than see a doctor, ... Read More »

How the Brisbane Archdiocese is helping to end domestic violence

Victims of abuse

THE Archdiocese of Brisbane will introduce paid leave for domestic and family violence victims as part of a concerted community push to eradicate the scourge. Brisbane Archbishop Mark Coleridge said special leave would be implemented for the archdiocese’s thousands of employees across its agencies and parishes. The archdiocese this week launched Rewrite the Story: Let’s End Domestic and Family Violence ... Read More »

Centacare helping when people need us the most

Centacare helps the needy

SUNSHINE Coast’s most vulnerable receive unending care by Brisbane’s most trusted support service, Centacare. Centacare’s Suncoast Cooloola Outreach Prevention and Education (SCOPE) recently helped a mother and her three children at risk of serious domestic violence. The agency helped the family escape to a refuge with only the clothes on their backs.  The woman had been through the Family Law ... Read More »

Centacare says it’s time for action on domestic violence

No to domestic violence

“OVER-stretched resources and programs responding to domestic violence in Queensland need to be strengthened,” Centacare Brisbane’s Family and Relationship Services director Christine Hodge at the end of a week of tragedy said. The deaths of two women and a child in the state within a week as a result of domestic and family violence sparked a call for action within ... Read More »

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