Time With Jesus | Beheld Media


GUEST POST Would you like to teach your children to pray in a new way? Would you like them to get to know Jesus more, but don’t know how to guide them? Does the busyness of life make family prayer difficult? An exciting new audio resource called ‘Time With Jesus’ (TWJ) may be just what you are looking for. TWJ is a collection of short … Continue reading Time With Jesus | Beheld Media

Young Nuns in the news


What is a Sister? A religious sister is a woman who has been consecrated to God through the Church, responding to His invitation of love through vows of poverty, chastity and obedience. Each religious sister belongs to a particular religious community, serving God and the Church and world in a distinct way. A religious sister is truly a bride of Jesus Christ the greatest Lover and a … Continue reading Young Nuns in the news

Today is the feast day of St Mary of the Cross MacKillop


The 8th of August is the feast day of Australia’s first saint. Prayer to St Mary Ever generous God, You inspired Saint Mary MacKillop To live her life faithful to the Gospel of Jesus Christ and constant in bringing hope and encouragement to those who were disheartened, lonely or needy. With confidence in your generous providence and through the intercession of Saint Mary MacKillop We … Continue reading Today is the feast day of St Mary of the Cross MacKillop

Bacchus Marsh – Stations of the Cross & picnic


Friday March 30, 2012 It was a fantastic day to visit the Stations of the Cross near Bacchus Marsh Melways ref: Map 334 H8. Each station has a beautiful large stone depiction of Christ’s suffering. There is also a chapel at the top of the hill. On the way back down to the car park we could view the numerous shrines that have been erected … Continue reading Bacchus Marsh – Stations of the Cross & picnic

Becoming sons and daughters of Christ


This is an article from the Catholic Home Educators of Victoria Newsletter Term 1 for 2012. By Samuel Rebbechi Last August I was privileged to attend the 2011 World Youth Day (WYD) in Madrid, Spain. The event was made all the more special for the great privilege I was given, along with another Australian, Ben Winkels, to personally welcome Pope Benedict XVI on behalf of Australia … Continue reading Becoming sons and daughters of Christ

The Immaculate Conception


Today is the feast of the Immaculate Conception. It’s important to understand what the doctrine of the Immaculate Conception is and what it is not. Some people think the term refers to Christ’s conception in Mary’s womb without the intervention of a human father; but that is the Virgin Birth. Others think the Immaculate Conception means Mary was conceived “by the power of the Holy Spirit,” … Continue reading The Immaculate Conception

Children of the Eucharist


“Ask your parents and teachers to enroll you in the ‘School’ of Our Lady’, so that she can teach you to be like the Little Shepherds, who tried to do whatever she asked them.” (Pope John Paul II – Beatification of the Little Shepherds) Children of the Eucharist Clergy, Principals, Teachers and Parents, Children of the Eucharist is a spiritual program for the children and young people of your parish, school or … Continue reading Children of the Eucharist

September the 8th is Mary’s Birthday


Mary was born to be the mother of the Savior of the world, the spiritual mother of all men, and the holiest of God’screatures. Because of her Son’s infinite merits, she was conceived and born immaculate and full of grace. Through her, Queen of heaven and of earth, all grace is given to men. Through her, by the will of the Trinity, the unbelieving receive … Continue reading September the 8th is Mary’s Birthday