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Rebel with a Cause: The Saint and the values that inspire...

Drew Pavlou opens up to The Catholic Weekly about how Catholic social teaching inspires his passion for human rights

Kevin Donnelly: Saint embraced an education that seeks wisdom and truth

The English paster, educator, theologian and historian John Henry Newman is to be declared a saint by Pope Francis at the Vatican Sunday October...

Students witness faith on Sydney campus

Students at the University of Sydney stopped to witness the annual Catholic Society Eucharistic procession on 26 September. The procession, led by university chaplain Fr...

Best chance for future success

Around this time of year, I see many buses pull into university carparks filled with Year 12 students coming to check out the courses...

Catenians offer $5000 uni grant

A scholarship for Australian tertiary students is up for grabs – thanks to the lay organisation.

Surviving and thriving the HSC

5 Things HSC Students Need to Hear from their Parents It’s the last term of school for HSC students, the pointy end of this gruelling...

Uni students fuel up for spiritual battles

More than 100 students came from university campuses across Sydney for a special retreat last week.

Academic warns of fake news threat

People are becoming unable to tell the difference between truth and lies, says Australian academic.

Uni Chaplaincies build bridges with schools

Over 180 students from Trinity Catholic College in Auburn recently visited four of Sydney’s secular universities to experience a day in the life of...

“The greatest way to spend time this side of heaven”

A group of Catholic students at UTS began their 2019 university year by spending a weekend away with God.
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Peak health group rejects dying bill

Catholic providers in Tasmania will resist proposed law Catholic Health Australia has strongly rejected Tasmania's proposed euthanasia legislation and says its members in the state...

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