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No Idea

No Idea

Catholic Voice- 28 July 2019 0

We think we know. We think we have it together. But in reality, we have “no idea.” This might excite or disappoint. But there is ... Read More

Before All Others

Before All Others

Catholic Voice- 22 July 2019 0

St. Thomas Aquinas (1225-1274) thought that Mary Magdalene was the pre-eminent apostle. Pope Francis repeated the claim recently. Our opening prayer today tells us why ... Read More

Twists and Turns

Twists and Turns

- 11 July 2019 0

St. Benedict (480-547) is one of those “foundational saints.” At a time of moral, civil and cultural collapse, he discerned a rule of religious life ... Read More

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Closeness and Tenderness

Closeness and Tenderness

- 14 August 2019 2

CERTAINLY one of the great highlights of the recent Australian Bishops’ AD LIMINA APOS­TOLORUM gathering in Rome was our time spent with Pope Francis. Read More

Evangelise always – if necessary use words

Evangelise always – if necessary use words

- 8 July 2019 5

One of the predominate encouragements we received is to evangelise the Good News of Jesus Christ and the Kingdom of God in Australia. Read More

Should we start again?

Should we start again?

- 4 July 2019 2

THE question of Church reform and renewal is high on the agenda, and the Royal Commission and the upcoming Plenary Council have given the question ... Read More

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Rest

Rest

- 11 July 2019 0

The Jewish people institutionalised rest because God wanted them to. It's not a good idea to institutionalise power ... Read More

Actions speak louder than words: A sermon by St Antony of Padua

Actions speak louder than words: A sermon by St Antony of Padua

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The man who is filled with the Holy Spirit speaks in different languages. These different languages are different ... Read More

Scientific photos of Shroud of Turin published

Scientific photos of Shroud of Turin published

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Denver, Colo. (CNA) - A new website aims to make available to Catholics and researchers a collection of ... Read More