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Doing less is more

In our quest to be great parents, we often don't see that our actions aren't always best for our children. Now's the time to...

Q&A with Fr John Flader: Putting kids, not sex, first

“Dear Father, You began an interesting commentary on the Vatican document on gender theory and promised to continue. What else does the document say?” The...

Controlling the toxic parenting pandemic

For your chance to WIN 1 of 10 copies of The Art of Growing Up by John Marsden send your name, email and postal...

Q&A with Fr John Flader: The lie of gender ideology

“Dear Father, as a parent I am very concerned about the approach taken in some of our schools, even Catholic ones, to children uncertain...

Murray Norman: SRE: a highly-valued educational asset

The place of faith has been prominent in the media in the last week, with two Facebook polls associated with mainstream media programmes asking...

Parents are the greatest teachers

One of the greatest joys priests have in their work is being asked to baptise children. Like most parishes, we always take time with the...

Monica Doumit: High Court ruling sidelines children

“High Court rules sperm donor is legal father,” read the headlines last week. No matter which outlet you looked at, the description of the...

Sending the right message

Something big is happening to our kids In a 2018 survey half of the parents questioned believed that smart phone usage negatively affected their child’s...

Are perfect childhoods doing more harm than good?

So, your child comes home from school, upset that they didn’t get on the team. Or missed out on a principals’ award. Or didn’t...

Heartbroken mum’s letter to parents

By Angela Grieve One of the most common things people have said to me about my beautiful boy Regan was that he appeared to have...
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