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Having the ‘talk’: discussing faith in the workplace

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Recently, a colleague and I were given the opportunity to present a series of spiritual reflections in our workplace during each week of Lent. While this may seem like a straightforward request in a Catholic workplace, the challenge lay in trying to present these reflections in a way that was accessible and informative for everyone…

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The Unnamed Days of Holy Week

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As we near the end of Lent and the beginning of Holy Week we can easily get caught up in the mix of Easter holiday plans, Easter baskets, Chocolates and Hot Cross Buns, which for some reason seem to appear on shelves before we’ve put away the Christmas decorations. For many of us, we can…

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Minions and Dominions

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This December, my kids were given a Minion themed “chocolate count down” calendar that my mum bought from Coles. Each morning, there is much excitement about who gets to open the next window, and perhaps more importantly, who gets to eat the tiny chocolate that sits inside.   The idea of a chocolate ‘count down’…

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The Broken Christ

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In my husband’s birthplace in Aguascalientes, Mexico, there is a 25 metre bronze statue of Christ that stands above the city dam. Commissioned in 2016, it is the 10th largest statue of Jesus in the world. However, what makes this one unusual is that it is broken. This crucified Christ stands suspended without a cross,…

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