Samaritan College Year 8 student Grace Smallacombe will have plenty of exciting news to tell her friends when she gets back to school next term after a face-to-face meeting with His Royal Highness Prince of Wales last Friday.
A new website is helping to ensure people with disabilities can prepare for and participate fully in the sacramental life of the Church.
The repression of indigenous West Papuans and their 50-year fight for justice is the subject of the latest publication from the Australian Catholic Social Justice Council (ACSJC).
Kerry White, principal of Holy Family Catholic School at Parafield Gardens, has been named among Australia’s top educators in the 2018 Commonwealth Bank Teaching Awards announced recently.
Inspiring, resourceful and resilient were just some of the words used to describe a group of refugees and asylum seekers who were interviewed as part of an ecumenical bequest project undertaken by Justice for Refugees SA in 2017.
Workers impacted by the abattoir fire at Murray Bridge earlier this year are getting back on their feet and looking forward to a more certain future, with many grateful to the local Catholic parish for its support over the past two months.
New buildings, improved security, policies and procedures are some of the changes that have taken place at Catherine House since it was established by the Sisters of Mercy in 1988, but one thing has remained constant – providing women experiencing homelessness with hope for a brighter, safer future.