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Lives that mattered

July 04, 2020 Bishop Bill Wright

As we come up to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Sunday this year, issues of race, discrimination and reconciliation are very much on the public agenda around the world.

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Readers and researchers get ready

July 02, 2020 Mandy Greaves

Pages are turning in the Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle to make available one of the state’s largest religious library collections outside of Sydney.

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Pandemic exposes a disconnect

July 01, 2020 Sally Cloke

COVID-19 has brought new life to well-worn tales from the Bible.

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Proof is in the pudding

June 30, 2020 Baden Ellis

Like everyone, the Development and Relief Agency (DARA) is operating a little differently to usual.

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China tests faith

June 29, 2020 Darrell Croker

There are 12 million Catholics in China — an insignificant number in a country of 1.43 billion where atheism is the state religion.

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Tackling modern slavery

June 26, 2020 Anh Dinh

Freedom and fairness — two words long taken for granted in Australia.

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Catholic schools celebrate faith in their future

June 25, 2020 Lizzie Snedden

The Catholic Schools Office, Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle, is drawing on contingency funds to assist all schools navigate financial pressures resulting from COVID-19.

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The art of persuasion

June 24, 2020 Kelly Pavan

Aristotle articulated the concept of persuasion more than 2000 years ago. He appreciated that no matter how knowledgeable or skilled someone is, it does them little good if they cannot convince others of their viewpoint.

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