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When hope turns to despair

Asylum seeker families in Adelaide have opened up about the stress of living for years with constant uncertainty, little or no income and a reliance on charity for basic necessities – issues which have been magnified during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Grace and gratitude for creation

Catholic school students across the State are being encouraged to say grace before their meals this month to commemorate the fifth anniversary of Pope Francis’ inspirational encyclical Laudato Si’.

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New $14.5m hub to serve northern youth

The Adelaide Archdiocese and Catholic Education South Australia (CESA) will establish a new education and community services village for disengaged young people in the northern suburbs of Adelaide.

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Hearing the voice of the young

Attending Mercedes College in the 1970s, Helen Connolly has maintained a passion for social justice instilled in her by the Sisters of Mercy throughout her extensive career in human services.

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From Italy, with love

Members of the Newton parish and local Italian community were filled with pride and joy when they learned that “our Maria” had received a Medal of the Order of Australia in the Queen’s birthday honours in June.

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Move makes dance dream a reality

The sight and sound of children playing in the schoolyard may have ceased but there is plenty of action happening on the site of the former St Teresa’s Catholic School at Brighton which is now home to Tutti Arts.