Search in Culture :

21 Surprising Statistics That Reveal How Much Stuff We Actually Own

Last edited 18th May 2015

Most of us know we own too much stuff. We feel the weight and burden of our clutter. We tire of cleaning and managing and organising. Our toy rooms are messy, our drawers don’t close, and our closets are filled from top to bottom. The evidence of clutter is all around us.


This item has been viewed 693 times

Faith and Fairy Tales - Fr Roderick Vonhögen

Last edited 11th May 2015

In this episode of Geekpriest, Fr Roderick Vonhögen takes us on a day of filming in one of the most stunning cathedrals of Europe!

This item has been viewed 369 times

Caritas Australia in Nepal - Women For the World

Last edited 10th May 2015

Women for the World is an initiative of a group of Australian women with a passion for social justice, and a belief that together we can empower women across the world. This year, Women for the World is working with Caritas Australia to support the poor and needy in Nepal.


This item has been viewed 531 times

What’s Work for You? The Further Our Economy Drags us from Basic Doing, the Less Meaningful Work is

Last edited 4th May 2015

After being made redundant late last year, I took the opportunity to meet with a career advisor paid for by my former employer.


This item has been viewed 217 times

Funeral for Germanwings Crash Victims Held in Barcelona

Last edited 3rd May 2015

Barcelona’s famous Sagrada Familia Basilica hosted a funeral for the 150 passengers of the Germanwings flight that crashed into the French Alps in March.


This item has been viewed 366 times

Vatican Organises Classical Concert for the Needy

Last edited 1st May 2015

Poverty is seen day in and day out in the homeless, marginalised and needy. It's something Pope Francis has highlighted throughout his pontificate. "One cannot describe poverty as something abstract. That's not how it is. Poverty is the flesh of the poor Jesus.”


This item has been viewed 480 times

The Dignity of Work: When It Matters Most

Last edited 30th April 2015

An economy fails to deliver without dignity of work is the key theme of this year's Australian Catholic Social Justice Council's Pastoral Letter for the Feast of St Joseph the Worker - 1 May.


This item has been viewed 345 times

100 years of Turkish Amnesia

Last edited 27th April 2015

The greatest obstacle for Turkey in coming into terms with the humanitarian tragedy of 1915 is not necessarily the recognition of events as genocide but rather the simple but complicated act of collective remembrance.

This item has been viewed 272 times

“Little Boy,” A Fable for Adults Directed by Eduardo Verástegui

Last edited 23rd April 2015

It took five years to produce the film "Little Boy,” a story about love, self-improvement and family values. Actor and filmmaker Eduardo Verástegui is behind the project, which is a tale for adults but from the perspective of an eight-year-old child.

This item has been viewed 366 times

Lest we Forget – Anzac Centenary

Last edited 19th April 2015

CathFamily explores the heroic contribution of Catholic military chaplains. These men worked tirelessly for the material and spiritual well being of our soldiers and continue to do so today. Featuring an exclusive interview with Military Chaplain Fr Bryan Pipins SJ, a brief history of Australian Military Chaplains and a profile of ANZAC Chaplain, Fr John Fahey.

This item has been viewed 415 times

You are viewing 81 - 90 of 1275 items