The October edition of our monthly magazine Aurora is included in The Newcastle Herald and The Maitland Mercury today; in The Scone Advocate on Thursday 9 October and in The Manning River Times, The Singleton Argus and The Muswellbrook Chronicle on Friday 10 October. Don’t miss your copy!
This month’s cover story features our brand new Community Care Van in all its splendour! Thanks to generous donors, both the diocese and CatholicCare are now able to expand the services offered to those in need of a helping hand in the local community.
Hannah Robinson of St Clare’s High School Taree writes about a recent “Wear it purple” day at the school. “Wear it purple” is a youth-led initiative which aims to end homophobic bullying and the St Clare’s community embraced it wholeheartedly.
CatholicCare’s Robyn Donnelly tells something of her own story and the impact of marriage education on her understanding. Robyn offers regular “Before We Say I Do” sessions for engaged couples and is passionate about supporting marriages.
Blackbutt North Parish volunteer Yvonne Heydon shares an eventful life, and despite many challenges and more than a little grief, faith is a vital ingredient in her outlook.
And finally, all of us involved in producing Aurora are thrilled to share the news of our recent wins at two prominent awards ceremonies in Canberra. Read all about Aurora’s unprecedented success.
There is plenty more in the October Aurora!
There is so much more to read, so don’t miss your copy of the October Aurora. You can subscribe online now for only $25, or contact the editor, Tracey Edstein on 4979 1288.
You can read a selection of Aurora stories online now!