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Sr Gemma Wilson discusses with Beate how recently, she was in Rome for the 10th anniversary of the foundation of Talitha Kum - the International Network of Consecrated Life Against Trafficking in Persons.
Emma Kruse Va'ai. Emma is a Samoan chief, writer and educator in Samoa. Her matai chief title is Letuimanu’asina. In this interview she tells us more about her journey as an educator, writer, administrator/ education leader in Samoa.
Rev Josh Jones, who used to be a professional musician is today the Co-Vicar of St George's Anglican Church in Epsom. Listen to his amazing story and the background of his new Christmas song 'This is the Day (Te Rangimarie)' in response to the Christchurch shootings in March.
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The late Sr Isabelle Harding sm shares her experience of growing up in Hokianga in the 1940s...A remote area with most Catholics being Maori, she has always been close to Tangata Whenua. She has published two books in which she describes her childhood in the Far North by means of stories, poems, reflections and prayers
Fran explains the background of Kintsugi and the importance of knowing that what is broken can be healed in a wonderful way.
Sr Evelyn Page OLSH is from Sydney, she became a Daughter of the Sacred Heart and she shares some of her experiences form her work in Papua New Guinea.
Our 150th Muffin Talk with Fr Merv Duffy, who talks about the feast day of St Cyril and St Methodius.