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  • The fog of politics - Jerusalem Post (blog) October 21, 2014
    The fog of politicsJerusalem Post (blog)Will some of their rabbis sign on to the campaign currently being waged by a fringe among the Orthodox? It is hard to imaging that such intense rivals will coalesce, but who can really read what is happening where intense spirituality adds its ...and more »
  • Join us Tuesday night for a discussion about municipal ethics in Toronto - Torontoist October 21, 2014
    TorontoistJoin us Tuesday night for a discussion about municipal ethics in TorontoTorontoistThe displays are organized by themes relating to Anishinaabe concepts of place and spirituality, and how they interact with the outside world. One of the most intriguing themes is “cottager colonialism,” which suggests that the colonization of ...
  • St Mary's Catholic Primary celebrates 200 years in Derby - Derby Telegraph October 20, 2014
    Derby TelegraphSt Mary's Catholic Primary celebrates 200 years in DerbyDerby TelegraphMaurice Page, a former pupil who now lives in Australia, has fond memories of his time at the school in the 1940s. He said: "My family moved into an old house in Bridge Gate in 1941 and soon afterwards I started school at St Mary's, ... Guests of ...
  • Harriman: Remembering Billy Mills' race of a lifetime - Sioux Falls Argus Leader October 20, 2014
    Sioux Falls Argus LeaderHarriman: Remembering Billy Mills' race of a lifetimeSioux Falls Argus LeaderIt can't be a half-century ago that he, world record holder Ron Clarke of Australia and Mohammed Gammoudi of Tunisia locked up in a last-lap duel in Tokyo in the Olympic 10,000 meters final. Before them, a field of competitors in the process of bein
  • Anglican Dean finds joy in willing service - The West Australian October 19, 2014
    The West AustralianAnglican Dean finds joy in willing serviceThe West AustralianHe represented WA at swimming and Australia in water polo at the Los Angeles Olympics in 1984 and Seoul in 1988. He was educated at Churchlands Senior High School, graduated from the University of WA as a ... Mr Pengelley has been rector of Carine ...and more »
  • @ISSUE: What does decline in religion portend? - Asbury Park Press October 19, 2014
    Asbury Park Press@ISSUE: What does decline in religion portend?Asbury Park PressAssuming this trend continues. what does this rising tide of spiritual indifference portend for America? We asked four people, something of experts in the field to write their responses to this question,” What are the implications for society if ...and more »
  • Opinion: Even in a secular society, religion has a place in our schools - Courier Mail October 18, 2014
    Courier MailOpinion: Even in a secular society, religion has a place in our schoolsCourier MailWith this in mind it begs the question, why are religious studies not yet part of the Australian curriculum? Surely it's time to cut through the spin and scaremongering and acknowledge that we can no longer afford to remain theologically ignorant. For ...
  • National curriculum review has come up with evidence-based advice - The Australian October 16, 2014
    Herald ScotlandNational curriculum review has come up with evidence-based adviceThe Australian... that is balanced and broadly based and that promotes the spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical development of pupils at the school, and of society. The concept also has long been part of the values base in many Australian states and ...Curriculum revie
  • School curriculum is 'overcrowded' and neglects western heritage, review finds - The Guardian October 12, 2014
    The GuardianSchool curriculum is 'overcrowded' and neglects western heritage, review findsThe GuardianThe report, released by the education minister, Christopher Pyne, on Sunday, could reopen the so-called history and culture wars in Australia. It calls for “more emphasis on morals, values and spirituality” and better recognition of “the contributi
  • Email to a friend - ArtsHub (subscription) October 8, 2014
    ArtsHub (subscription)Email to a friendArtsHub (subscription)... art exploring spirituality and the divine, though perhaps for different reasons than in other faith-based communities, according to Nur Shkembi, Arts Director and Exhibitions Manager at the Islamic Museum of Australia. 'The correlation between the ...
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