Catalogue of articles

Helen Smith

Not Pooh!

Exploring the relationship of Pooh, Piglet and Eeyore in a children’s story telling the world the truth about kindness.

Maria Haggett

Easter Message

Maria Haggett, Principal of Mater Christi College in the outer east of Melbourne shared this reflection. The words are adapted from an address given to staff and students at the end of Term 1 Easter Liturgy.

Maria Haggett & Steve Nash

Football is Life

The intersection of football and spirituality becomes a fascinating
exploration, offering a unique perspective on the complexities of human experience within the
confines of a beloved sport.

Steve Nash

Clouds & the Ascension

The feast of the Ascension and the world of the Religious Educator – The Divine Presence

Steve Nash

Reflections from Ypre

A reflection from the War Graves in Ypre and Polygon Wood in Belgium remembering the fallen

Steve Nash

Brother Sun Sister Moon and other Siblings

This is a type of meditation. It is based on the story of Moses and the burning bush. Somewhat based on the work of Margaret Silf.

Steve Nash

Prayer as Landscape

Reflections on John O’Donoghue’s explanation of the landscape as prayer.

Prue Vanstan

Mystery

Gods love for us is never ending, eternal and life giving. When we allow ourselves to walk with our God through the many mysteries of life, we are choosing to be part of the story, a journey that is divine.

Steve Nash

The Grace of Great things

The Grace of Great things the work of author Parker J Palmer in his book “The Courage to Teach.” This article is an application to Religious education.

Helen Smith

Not Pooh!

Exploring the relationship of Pooh, Piglet and Eeyore in a children’s story telling the world the truth about kindness.

Maria Haggett

Easter Message

Maria Haggett, Principal of Mater Christi College in the outer east of Melbourne shared this reflection. The words are adapted from an address given to staff and students at the end of Term 1 Easter Liturgy.

Gemma

Looking back at me...

Gemma’s reflection was about interpreting the Passion in a way that made sense in her own life. (Used with permission)