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    Anzac Day - 25 April 2024

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    Practices for Sport-Coach Mentorship: A Historical Case Study for Coaches in Catholic Schools Today

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    Sport-coach mentorship is perhaps the raison d’etre for the inclusion of sports programming within Catholic schools. Coach-educators can have significant and even lifelong impact on student-athlete growth and development. But, how, exactly, should coaches act as mentors in faith-based, educational contexts? Drawing upon an extensive archival and interview research project, this paper presents a historical case study of the sport-coach mentorship of Father David Bauer, csb (1924-88), an educator and exceptional Canadian ice hockey player, coach, manager, and Hockey Hall of Fame inductee. Bauer mentored and spoke out for young sportspeople over many decades. The first part of this paper provides background about Bauer, the priest-coach, highlighting his relationships with his religious community, family, and sporting colleagues and players, all of which guided his model for mentorship. The second part unpacks how Bauer’s approach to sport-coach mentorship follows a leadership style that is humanistic, relational, developmentally appropriate, critical, and faith-based, among other qualities. Based on stories, speeches, and events, seven practices for mentorship emerge. These practices reveal how Bauer challenged assumptions and systems within the sporting world and they also establish an approach to youth sport-coach mentorship that can enlighten and guide Catholic school coaches today, in particular, as well as athletic directors and other sport leaders, in general

    Fourth Sunday of Lent - 10 March 2024

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    Talking Heads Seminar Series

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    Body and Blood of Christ - 6 June 2024

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    Sixth Sunday of Easter - 5 May 2024

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    Harmony Day 2024

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    Harmony Day is an Australian Government program that centers on the message that “Everyone belongs”, reinforcing the importance of inclusiveness to all Australians. Since 1999, thousands of Harmony Day events have been staged in childcare centers, schools, community groups, churches, businesses and federal, state and local government agencies across Australia

    International Women\u27s Day

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    International Women\u27s Day 2024 campaign theme is \u27Inspire Inclusion\u27 The campaign theme for International Women\u27s Day 2024 is Inspire Inclusion. When we inspire others to understand and value women\u27s inclusion, we forge a better world. And when women themselves are inspired to be included, there\u27s a sense of belonging, relevance, and empowerment. Collectively, let\u27s forge a more inclusive world for women

    Easter Vigil - 30 March 2024

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    Navigating the COVID-19 pandemic: Experiences and self-management approaches adopted by people with interstitial lung disease

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    Background: People with interstitial lung disease (ILD) were deemed more vulnerable to the SARS-CoV-2 virus and isolated as a means of reducing risk of infection. This study examined the impact of the pandemic on daily life, psychological wellbeing and access to healthcare and identified approaches undertaken to remain safe. Methods: Four specialist clinics in tertiary centres in Australia (Victoria: two sites; New South Wales: one site; Western Australia: one site) recruited patients with ILD during an 8-week period from March 2021. Semi-structured telephone interviews were conducted with transcripts analysed using principles of grounded theory. Results: Ninety participants were interviewed between April and December 2021. Participants were predominantly female, former smokers with an average age of 66 years. IPF and connective tissue-ILD being the most common subtypes. Five main themes were identified: vulnerability reduced social interaction and isolation, access to healthcare services and support, staying active, emotional and psychological impact. Self-management strategies included staying active both physically and mentally. Discussion: Self-management was key to managing the impact of the pandemic. In combination with advances in technology, implementation of strategies for monitoring wellbeing and support for self-management provides an opportunity to leverage the lessons learnt to ensure a more individualised model of care for people with ILD


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