June 24, 2018
NSW leads the way in passing first Australian anti-slavery bill

NSW leads the way in passing first Australian anti-slavery bill

Yesterday the NSW Parliament led the way in passing the first-ever bill in Australia to combat the scourge of modern-day slavery. Leading the charge to have the Modern Day Slavery Bill […]

Pope: Individual bishops must decide about Communion in mixed marriages

Pope: Individual bishops must decide about Communion in mixed marriages

The question of allowing Protestants married to Catholics to receive Communion at Mass in special cases has to be decided by each individual bishop and cannot be decided by a bishops’ […]

Those on the streets are Jesus in disguise, says bishop

Those on the streets are Jesus in disguise, says bishop

Someone who has come to know many of Sydney’s homeless population is Bishop Terry Brady. Not only has he come to know those in the vicinity of St Mary’s Cathedral, but […]

Little-known Sydney Institute provides high-calibre education

Little-known Sydney Institute provides high-calibre education

The Catholic Institute of Sydney is one of the best-kept secrets of the Church in Australia. Tucked away in the green, leafy Sydney suburb of Strathfield, it is the only institute […]

Simcha Fisher: What I learned from my mistakes as a writer

Simcha Fisher: What I learned from my mistakes as a writer

A friend recently asked me, “What was the best online criticism of your work that you ever read? Not something crazy or mean but something that caused you to think, ‘That […]

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