The Record – Autumn 2018

The Record is St Vincent de Paul Society’s national quarterly magazine focusing on social justice issues such as homelessness and poverty. Contributors include policy experts, academics and members of the Society.

The Editor of the Autumn 2018 issue is Colleen O’Sullivan.

Contents

Read The Record online by clicking on an article title.

  1. ‘Purgatory’, (Poetry by Reg Naulty)
  2. Volunteer sails on Ship for World Youth
  3. Vincentian wins state-wide volunteer award
  4. Queensland volunteer rewarded for dedication
  5. Australia Day Honours for Vincentians
  6. 2018 Walk For Justice For Refugees
  7. New spiritual guide released
  8. Imagine a family
  9. 50th anniversary of St Vincent de Paul Swansea Conference
  10. Walls and bridges, Dr John Falzon
  11. St Vincent de Paul SA responds to family violence, Tony Roach
  12. Inequality on the rise, by Helen Szoke
  13. Do you expect a return on your compassion? Brad Chilcott
  14. Student poverty: a wall on the bridge of higher education, Len Baglow
  15. Policy updates from the National Council office, Dr John Falzon
  16. New Vinnies CEO says focus on service encompasses all, Susan Rooney
  17. Reply to Dr Cameron Parsell’s article ‘Homelessness’ (Letter to the Editor)
  18. Results of 40-year-old survey reflects members’ changing attitudes, Mike Moran
  19. Youth focus on local renewal and engagement
  20. Discipleship and practice of reverse hospitality, Andrew Hamilton SJ

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The back of a man walking past bicycle tyres. "Student poverty: a wall on the bridge of a higher education."

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