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From a young age, 34-year-old Erin Gillard always harboured a deep yearning to serve God. In this episode of Disciple Diaries, she shares how even a shock diagnosis couldn't dissuade her from serving God
From a young age, 34-year-old Erin Gillard always harboured a deep yearning to serve God. In this episode of Disciple Diaries, she shares how even a shock diagnosis couldn't dissuade her from serving God
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RE Search Episode 36: Jesus’ Passion. Explain why Judas and Pontius Pilate did what they did. With Bishop Daniel Meagher

Jesus’ Passion. Recalling the details of Jesus’ Passion, and seeking to explain why Judas and Pontius Pilate did what they did, and why Jesus...

S04 E01 – Catholics in Australia

Professor Stephen Bullivant - Professorial Research Fellow in Theology and Sociology at the University of Notre Dame Australia. He is the author and co-author...

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RE Search Episode 36: Jesus’ Passion. Explain why Judas and Pontius Pilate did what they did. With Bishop Daniel Meagher

Jesus’ Passion. Recalling the details of Jesus’ Passion, and seeking to explain why Judas and Pontius Pilate did what they did, and why Jesus didn’t just...

Catholic Schools Week 2024

Catholic Schools Week 2024 The 'Catholic Schools Week 2024 Magazine' is a timely way to celebrate Catholic education and the successes of another year. It is also...

Dr Philippa Martyr: Patience is a seedbed for many virtues

Rather than indulging our bad habits and emotions, we can overcome them by being less reactive and cultivating patience, writes Dr Phillippa Martyr

Ukrainians mourn together at St Mary’s after two years of gruelling war

The Ukrainian community came together outside Australia's mother church in a show of resilience, solidarity and mourning

Nuclear safety can’t rely on divine intervention

The world narrowly escaped nuclear destruction during the Cold War through luck and divine intervention. Let’s make sure that doesn’t happen again, writes Dr Michael Walker

Ready to row? Sydney Catholic Schools rowing is back for 2024

Gen Z’s own ‘oarsome foursome’ may not be so far away, as Sydney Catholic Schools gears up for the 2024 rowing foundation program.

PNG excited for Francis’ visit, but is the pope really coming?

Papua New Guinean Catholics hope the pope will announce the canonisation of Blessed Peter to Rot on his August visit to the Island nation. But nobody seems to know for sure if he’s coming.
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