Sandie Cornish believes that the world is aching for an older, less commercial Mother’s Day tradition – the Mothers’ Day for Peace initiated by Julia Ward Howe in 1873.
In this reflection for CatholicCare Sydney, Sandie Cornish reflects on slow fashion and solidarity with the poor and the earth. For more on ethical clothing visit Fair Wear and for information on ethical clothing labelling, Ethical Clothing Australia
In this reflection for CatholicCare Sydney Sandie Cornish reflects on how traditional Catholic Lenten practices are good for us and for our world. Prayer, penance and charity are the three things that Catholics do in Lent, and they are linked. Lent starts on 5 March, so it’s timely to consider why these practices are...
Sandie Cornish reflects on Halloween and Christian remembrance of the dead. She gets a bit grumpy about popular culture. More on the University of Central America Martyrs
In this reflection for the end of Anti-Poverty Week, Sandie Cornish considers the concept of integral human development, the approach of CatholicCare Sydney, and the temptation to spiritualise poverty.