The September edition of our monthly magazine Aurora is included in The Newcastle Herald and The Maitland Mercury today; in The Scone Advocate on Thursday 4 September and in The Manning River Times, The Singleton Argus and The Muswellbrook Chronicle on Friday 5 September. Don’t miss your copy!
This month's cover story features gifted local artists and husband and wife, James Drinkwater and Lottie Consalvo. Editor Tracey Edstein loved her visits to their studio and is trying to think of a reason to return!
Father's Day is approaching and Aurora spoke to Kent Tallon, who is very much looking forward to being a first-time Dad later this year. He and his wife Julie are recent graduates of CatholicCare's Bringing Baby Home program and Kent recalls spotting a Dad moment in "Clash of the Titans"! Teacher Lee Sullivan shares FUDGES - a simple but imaginative way of bringing together fathers, uncles, dads, grandpas and every other significant male in a child's life.
Director of the Life and Faith Office, John Donnelly, follows up on his piece from last month about the sacred moments in our lives and how sacraments are ways of marking milestones.
Retired bishop and writer Geoffrey Robinson reflects on "a church at the crossroads" prior to his approaching visit to Newcastle.
There is plenty more in September's Aurora!
There is so much more to read, so don’t miss your copy of the September 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!