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Catholic education: mental health issues on the rise

A panel at the 2022 National Catholic Education Conference addressed the rise in mental health issues plaguing students since the end of the pandemic. Dr...

Australian Catholic bishops offer guide for schools on gender and identity...

Australia’s Catholic bishops have came out strongly against the medically and ethically controversial gender affirmative model of treatment for gender dysphoria which often involves...

Honouring our Australian Saint

By Terrie Yule August the 8th marks the Feast Day of St Mary of the Cross MacKillop in the 150th year of the arrival of...

Catholic schools top the class

Surveys show that graduates report better life satisfaction though challenges remain The head of the National Catholic Education Commission (NCEC) has told a luncheon of...

Paul Catalanotto: ‘Consent’ education’s dumb agenda

In 2023 Australia will embark on a nationwide consent education program in schools hoping to reduce sexual assault and help develop better communication skills...

Pope Francis Award Program with a difference

By Angela Mills On the last Sunday of each month a group of Year 7 students come together at St Augustine’s Church in Balmain united...

Godsend in a new Aussie home

Sydney Catholic Schools is opening its doors and heart to families fleeing war-torn Ukraine to find safety and a future The three things Mark Koshel...

Catholic schools are vital. Making the difference for kids

With Easter approaching and the suffering, death and resurrection of Jesus about to be remembered and sanctified, it’s timely to reflect on to what extent schools provide an enriching and worthwhile education; one that enables students to be morally grounded, spiritually enriched and imbued with a deep appreciation of the significance and value of Christianity.

Open Days 2023

Open Days 2023 The Catholic Weekly’s Catholic Schools OPEN DAYS feature is a great opportunity to highlight your school’s facilities and provides a focus for...

Freedom divide deepens

A second week of public hearings on the Morrison Government’s Religious Freedom Bill has seen Church representatives face increasingly sharp questions about Catholic schools’ treatment of LGBT teachers and students.

Success is sweet for Catholic school students after the toughest HSC

There’s nothing better than teamwork for achieving a goal say Antonio Giusti and James Papic, who kept focus on their studies for the HSC...

‘Strident secularism’ in Victorian decision

New breach of human rights looms in Victoria, say experts Melbourne Archbishop Peter Comensoli’s claim that a proposed anti-discrimination law change in Victoria unfairly targets...
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