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Mary MacKillop: caring for children and the poor.

by Annie Hamilton The tiny face of the boy in the rowing boat was screwed up in fear. Every time Mary MacKillop visited the orphanage at Kincumber on the Central Coast of NSW, three boys were sent to Woy Woy to transport her the five kilometres across Brisbane Waters. Two boys rowed, and the other […]

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Alice Ross-King, an ANZAC Story

The Armentières night sky was bright with flames. Bombs fell just behind the trenches, shattering the buildings and setting tents alight. As the raid continued, four nurses dashed in and out of the attack zone, dodging shrapnel from the anti-aircraft guns. They set about rescuing patients by carrying them to safety or placing tables over […]

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Jesus of History

In 2013, Time Magazine published a story with the aim of identifying the Most Significant Person in History.  After comprehensive and detailed research, it concluded that person is Jesus Christ of Nazareth (Time Magazine, 10 December 2013). Google the most significant person in history and you will find that Jesus appears more than any other […]