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A CALL TO COMPASSION

The Mission: One Heart, Many Voices conference, hosted by Catholic Mission gathered a broad and diverse group of religious and lay colleagues in Sydney during 18-20th May.

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Social Justice Statement 2014

On Social Justice Sunday, September 28, the Australian Catholic Bishops invite us to explore how sport can help us celebrate sport’s gifts and use them to bring about God’s kingdom on Earth.

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Spotlight on Homeless Women

McAuley Community Services for Women used Homeless Persons’ Week (August 4-10) to tell anyone who would listen that homeless women are largely out of sight- and therefore out of mind.

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The Power of Sport

Sport is a way of educating young people to become good men and women in the future. They come to know each other and are able to build good relationships. This is so in PNG too.

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A Comfortable Cup of Tea

St Francis Xavier Primary School, Ballarat East and the Sisters of Mercy have a reason to celebrate. This year marks 100 years since the registration of the school.

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Mercy Mission

As a nurse, Mary-Jane Lynch rsm had little idea what she was letting herself in for when she volunteered to relieve a colleague for six weeks at Balgo Aboriginal Community in Western Australia’s Great Sandy Desert.

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STRONG MERCY CONNECTIONS

Vin Dillon is presently Chairperson of the Board of Damascus College Ballarat, a secondary school cosponsored by the Institute of Sisters of Mercy of Australia and Papua New Guinea and the Catholic Parishes of Ballarat. But his Mercy connections extend well beyond this role.

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