As the Vatican released new instructions on the identity of Catholic schools, Dr Jill Gowdie spoke about her first weeks as assistant director, Catholic Identity and Mission, with Catholic Education SA.
The Easter chocolate rush might be over but a group of St Aloysius College students is continuing its campaign to highlight the issue of child slavery in the chocolate industry.
Carmelites around the world, including lay Carmelites in Adelaide, are rejoicing the forthcoming canonisation of Brother Titus Brandsma. Also being canonised is French priest Charles de Foucauld whose writings inspired the foundation of the Little Sisters of Jesus which has a presence in Adelaide and Alice Springs.
Our family is not big on presents for Mother’s Day. I once made the mistake of saying that it was way too commercial and another symptom of the Americanisation of Australian society, or something like that.
The State Government has announced funding of $6m over the next four years for Hutt St Centre, Catherine House and Vinnies to help address homelessness in the city and assist vulnerable South Australians into secure housing.
Hutt St Centre has appointed businessman Richard Amato to the role of non-executive director on its board.
The 40th anniversary of the School of Nativity at Aberfoyle Park has got off to a good start with the opening of a new playground at the end of Term One.