The August edition of our monthly magazine Aurora is included in The Newcastle Herald and The Maitland Mercury today; in The Scone Advocate on Thursday 7 August and in The Manning River Times, The Singleton Argus and The Muswellbrook Chronicle on Friday 8 August. Don’t miss your copy!
This month’s cover story features an innovative human rights group at St Clare’s High School, Taree, which attracted the attention of NSW Senator Deborah O’Neill. The Senator was pleased to visit the school and her insights about the parliamentary process are spurring the students on to greater activism.
There is something of an unintended theme this month with a thought-provoking opinion piece about the baby and the bathwater of Church life; a piece by the Director of the Office of Faith and Life, John Donnelly about getting in the water where sacraments are concerned, and an insightful contribution from the University of Newcastle’s Professor John Fischetti about the unrecognised contribution of rubber duckies to contemporary education systems.
Missionary of 45 years, Pauline Randall, shares her experience of ministering in the Mt Hagen Diocese, Papua New Guinea, and Chef Bart turns the other (beef) cheek in this month’s “Taste”.
There is so much more to read, so don’t miss your copy of the July Aurora. To subscribe for only $25, please contact the editor, Tracey Edstein, 4979 1288.
It has come to our attention that when Aurora is machine inserted into copies of The Newcastle Herald, an occasional copy misses the insert. When buying The Herald (or any other participating newspaper) please check that Aurora is included. If you have The Herald (or any other participating newspaper) delivered and Aurora is missing, please contact Newcastle Newspapers directly on 4979 5000, and a copy of Aurora will be posted to you.
You can read a selection of Aurora stories online now!