June 20, 2018
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 […]

Mark Shea: Is technology morally neutral?

Mark Shea: Is technology morally neutral?

One common theme heard, especially in the gun-besotted United States, is the old saw, “Guns don’t kill people.  People kill people.”  Prescinding from the obvious reply–which the enlightened country of Australia […]

The silence of the exclusion zones will make women more vulnerable

The silence of the exclusion zones will make women more vulnerable

Two years after she had an abortion, Jaya Taki still thinks about what might have been, had she received support to keep her baby. Just talking about it still moves her […]

Catholics honoured in Queen’s Birthday list for 2018

Catholics honoured in Queen’s Birthday list for 2018

Catholics have once again featured prominently on the Queen’s Birthday Honours List this year. Awarded for their service to the community in a variety of fields from education, healthcare, outreach, and […]

Simcha Fisher: Learning to live as a baptised person

Simcha Fisher: Learning to live as a baptised person

A friend asked, “You mentioned once that having kids brought you and your husband back to the Church. Can you elaborate what that was like?” I remember the exact moment it […]

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