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RT @TdoyleTrevor: Gold Coast Yr6 Leadership Gathering for 2021 split between two venues. I attended the one at Assisi College for seven of…
February 25 edition of the Look to Jesus podcast - What's Behind the Door? Look to Jesus is the 2021 Lenten resource published by the Archdiocese of Brisbane to inspire Catholics to grow deeper in their faith during the Lenten season. It contains 52 daily...
Living a Contemporary Catholic Life of Faith, Hope and Love A time for us to reflect on where we have been, where we are and where we are going. Facilitated by Rev. Dr Richard Leonard SJ 15th - 17th March at Sacred Heart Church, 50 Fairway Dr, Clear Island Waters 4226. There will be morning sessions at 9:30 - 10:45am and evening sessions at 7:00 - 8:15pm. Monday 15th March: Going out to the world: we need all the help we can get One of the richest things Catholics take the world is our tradition. Some people think Catholic Tradition is a static bloc of doctrines that must be imparted to our young. By looking at Mary, the Mother of Jesus we will see how our tradition is rich and responsive to the needs of today. Tuesday 16th March: Nine steps to making better choices for my life On the strongest elements within the Catholic tradition is the process of discerning the promptings of God in my daily life. How can we practically apply the best of our Christian spirituality to the choices we make at home, work and the wider community? Wednesday 17th March: Where the Hell is God? Holding to Faith through the Tough Times Our faith in God is easier when everything is going well. But what about the times in our lives when it is challenged, undermined and threatened by the things that happen to us, or those we love? This critical session will help out words around how we can hold to a God who walks with us in the “valley of tears”? Rev Dr Richard Leonard SJ will also preside over the weekend masses at Sacred Heart for the 13th and 14th of March. All are welcome, but bookings are required. For...
A new study reveals a severe shortage of doctors for Australia’s terminally ill patients. It bolsters the case that… https://t.co/evaOefbn5f
AUSTRALIA has only half the number of palliative care doctors needed to provide good quality care for chronically and terminally ill patients despite increasing demand, a new academic study has found. Published in the midst of Australia's hotly contested...
Street protests intensify against Myanmar's military takeover. Catholics march for peace. https://t.co/Nyb0Mkcgkx
Catholic nuns, seminarians and laypeople have marched on the streets to pray for peace as pro-democracy protests intensify in Myanmar three weeks after the February 1 coup. Nearly 1,000 Catholics, mostly young people, joined weekend marches on the streets...
Project Compassion is helping this 22-year-old single mum living in the world's largest refugee camp.… https://t.co/XoxHH5QzNv
Vinnies is amongst social service groups condemning a $25-a-week rise in JobSeeker payments as inadequate. https://t.co/HOXoEM4KLL
The St Vincent de Paul Society is amongst social service groups to condemn a $25-a-week rise in JobSeeker payments announced by the Federal Government today. The Society's national president, Claire Victory was "dumbfounded" by today's small increase...