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The Lion who mauled the Fuehrer

When Aslan fought Euthanasia under the Nazis Blessed Augustus Clemens Von Galen (1878 - 1946) Born into a noble German family in Westphalia in 1878, Clemens...

Tributes flow for living saint

By CNS and Marilyn Rodrigues The death of Jean Vanier, whose ministry helped improve the lives of developmentally disabled people in dozens of countries, has...

Growing pains at St Lucy’s

St Lucy’s School in Wahroonga will fight to provide students with a quality education after its local council rejected a key development application, says...

Summer in the Forest review: A privileged glimpse of Jean Vanier

The documentary Summer in the Forest (Abramorama) is filmmaker Randall Wright’s gentle, loving portrait of a man with those same qualities, Canadian advocate for...

Vanier a ‘witness to the Gospel’

A new film about Jean Vanier and the community he founded plumbs extraordinary depths of friendship.

Eileen O’Connor Catholic College – the godsent school for special students

Sophie Kerwick has found her place in the world. The 16-year-old is a typical teenager, she likes to spend time on her own in her...
Dr Christine Grima-Farrell

Fellowship winner’s passion is learning for all

Helping children like six-year-old Thomas Causley reach their full learning potential is a passion for Dr Christine Grima-Farrell.
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Christianity is in a difficult place but encouraging signs abound

A more traditional form of liturgy which motivates or encourages the laity to discover the riches of the Catechism, which in turn creates a...

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