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From atheist to believer

From St Augustine’s Confessions to the testimonies of RCIA candidates in our parishes, conversion stories have a power to fascinate and inspire. None more...

Poem of hope, memory wins

Hope and the power of memory are themes that celebrated Sydney poet Meredith Wattison explored in her winning poem for this year’s Australian Catholic...

Katherine’s poetry inspired by faith

Moorebank parishioner Katherine Webb hopes to inspire others to pray with Scripture through her poetry.

Spinning a Yarn

The art of poetry is alive and thriving at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Primary School Earlwood, where year 5 student and future writing...

Kevin Donnelly: British Schools ditch Poetry – Tragic Mistake!

The situation in Australia is equally as bad where poetry has virtually disappeared from the English classroom

There’s a point (and maybe a prize) to poetry during a...

National competition opens during a 'perfect time for poetry' The Prime Minister may be recommending jigsaw puzzles to get us through months of social distancing,...

50 poems to print and hang on the wall

Every so often, I get a bee in my bonnet about poetry. When we homeschooled, we read and sometimes memorised poems. We've since moved...

Poetic voice finally sees light of day

A new collection of poetry reveals the talent of a little-known Sydney poet who was much admired by all who knew him, including a...

Prize honours inspirational poet

Les Murray would welcome the competition for young composers, says long-time friend.

Les Murray the mystic remembered

Australia’s poet Les Murray was a mystic who regarded all reality as “suffused with the presence of God".

Les Murray poem led me to the Catholic Church

Meet the man who was inspired by the poetry of Les Murray to enter the Catholic Church. Benjamin Drake, a 32-year-old motion designer for a...

Les Murray – a daily sacramental poet

When Les Murray received an honorary D.Litt degree from the University of New England in 1990, he began his acceptance speech in an unusual...
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