Lead researcher and Australian Catholic University Senior Education Lecturer Dr Amanda Gutierrez said with digital games not listed as an example of a multimodal text in the Australian Curriculum for English, the lack of consensus among English teachers about the merit of using them in learning programs was understandable.
The 1983 declaration states that Catholics enrolled in Masonic associations “are in a state of grave sin and may not receive Holy Communion.”
Australian Ambassador to the Holy See, Chiara Porro has this month joined with Australian Catholic Religious Against Trafficking in Humans Executive Officer Christine Carolan in promoting the launch of its 16 Days of Activism campaign, which focusses on women migrant workers vulnerable to exploitation.
Auxiliary Bishop Don Sproxton has given thanks for the priests and clergy, who while no longer in active ministry, continue to be engaged with the Perth Catholic community for whom they were ordained to serve.
The 2021 completion of a $5 million upgrade underscores the dedication of the St John of God Murdoch Hospice to providing exceptional facilities and high standards of care.
In being awarded with a Doctor of Laws from UNDA last Friday 24 November, OECD Secretary General the Hon Mathias Cormann spoke about the critical role universities play in building knowledge, skills, innovation and driving economic growth.
Speaking at the Catholic Education Western Australia Commissioning and Acknowledgement of System Leaders Mass, Friday 17 November, at the Chapel of St Michael the Archangel, Leederville, Archbishop Costelloe emphasised to the teachers and principals present, the need to be faithful to the high ideals of our Christian faith.