Warning on cyber-bullying

30 Apr 2012

Cyber-bullying and traditional bullying are two very different problems, with a new study showing even the factors that lead to the different types vary, reports the Catholic Weekly. An international research project lead by Professor Sheryl Hemphill of

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Abbott’s Catholicism

30 Apr 2012

The Opposition Leader’s politics have been deeply influenced by his identification with political propagandists of the Catholic Church and his adherence to its dogma. Father Edmund Campion, the distinguished literary priest, peers at his

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BY BISHOP GREG O'KELLY We live in an Australia of burgeoning secularism, one where individual choice can be seen as its own justification. Within this context, educators of young people, particularly within the Catholic system, face two challenges in

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Engaging young people in Church - particularly those from Generation Y and Z - was high on the agenda when parish pastoral councillors of Brisbane archdiocese met recently. Generation Y is generally known as the 17-34-year-olds of today while

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The chilling sight of Norwegian mass-killer, Anders Behring Breivik, giving a fascist salute when he appeared in an Oslo court this week is symbolic of a worrying minority trend: in the face of a perceived threat from the complex pluralistic world we

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