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Covid hits homeless

Welfare charities say the extended lockdowns from the COVID-19 pandemic have hurt some of Sydney’s most disadvantaged, especially a group often considered “invisible” in the homelessness statistics: women with children fleeing domestic and family violence.

Our teachers on the edge

Australia’s teaching profession is at a “tipping point” due to burnout, growing professional expectations and the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic ...
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Back to the classroom

The Executive Director of Sydney Catholic Schools, Mr Tony Farley said it has been very encouraging to see staff and students across 150 Catholic primary and secondary schools transition back well to full-time classroom learning after a long period of remote learning caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Alarm over mask police check at Perth church

Police interrupted Mass at St Bernadette’s Glendalough on Thursday night after tip-offs that parishioners were not wearing masks

Catholic Parents of Unvaccinated Kids Plead: Take COVID-19 Seriously

Some people at risk of serious harm from infectious diseases are being forgotten in COVID-19 culture wars, even within faith communities where they should expect to receive the most support
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COVID Public Health Response Shows Limits of Care and Control

Public health orders raise questions about health, rights and conscience that are not easily resolved
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Helping children transition back to school in the COVID era

Heading back to the classroom can present many challenges for parents and children. Parents have reported that learning from home has given their child the...

Blog from a Maronite Mum: Managing the juggling act in lockdown

I have three children under five years old and my eldest daughter started preschool at the beginning of 2021 while my other children were...

Vatican to require vaccination or test proof, except for liturgies

New rule applies for visitors, tourists and employees from 1 October.

Peter Rosengren: Look for COVID’s silver linings

Grasp the opportunities amid the boredom We are being sifted. The long and seemingly endless grey days of enforced monotonous routine we are all forced...
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By Lois M Collins Elizabeth Bruenig makes no apologies. Not for her progressive politics, not for her Catholic faith and certainly not for having children...

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