20 January 2002


Parish appeal raises $100,000

‘Safe house’ seen as jail for kids

School’s out after 37 years

Praise for Anglican leader

Churchill Fellowship to Weekly columnist

Family backing ‘essential’ to deacons

Volunteers share ‘in the mission of Jesus Christ’

A culture without meaning or truth? Hardly a heart’s desire

Editorial: Ecology and the Church

Letters: On the Rite (1)

Conversation: Care for dying gave sister a ‘vocation within a vocation’ -- Sr Nano Lyons, a caring achiever

Reflections: Need for counter-images of peace

Comment: The fight to keep school fees down

Feature: Now for something completely different

Scalabrini’s message on migrants ‘relevant’ now

Obituary: A lover of books who loved giving

Inspirations: Priest named church after Gaelic saint


Something completely different


“Isn’t this just great?” – Monsignor Kerry Bayada and parishioners of Our Lady of Fatima, Caringbah, try out their new church a week before its opening in 1998. Its radical design, complementing the liturgical life of the parish as it approached the new millennium and its jubilee, reflects their confidence in moving with modern times; their eyes firmly fixed on Christ. Now the parishioners have published a delightful book describing the 50-year journey of Our Lady of Fatima, Caringbah. Go to story.