CRA and members of Religious congregations across Australia reflect on current issues in our world and our Church.
We need to come from a more humble stance of listening and responding rather than ruling and domineering, writes Sister Clare Condon SGS.
The death and resurrection of Jesus absorbs our thoughts and prayer this April as the Religious of Australia continue to stand in hope with the suffering peoples of our country.
At a recent ACU graduation ceremony where Sister Anne Derwin RSJ received the University's highest honour she spoke about the call of teachers to open minds and inspire hearts.
Aged Care reform was the focus when Catholic Health Australia's Martin Laverty spoke to representatives from religious congregations in Sydney on 11 March 2011.
As 2010 draws to a close we reflect on a momentous year for many religious congregations - not the least of which was the canonisation of Australia's first saint.
'Being-with' others in joy or sorrow or in the humdrum of life is probably the best Christmas gift we can offer and the best gift we can receive, reflects Sister Veronica Lawson RSM.
The country's Religious are older and fewer but they are doing many new things, the 2009 survey of Catholic Religious Institutes in Australia has found.
Father Noel Connolly SSC reflects on the future of religious life following the recent release of the report on the 2009 survey of Catholic Religious Institutes in Australia.
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