February 25, 2017
Clutching the Church from the bureaucratic machine: the last hurrah for the Russian Catholic Church?

Clutching the Church from the bureaucratic machine: the last hurrah for the Russian Catholic Church?

Last February saw the historic meeting between Pope Francis and Patriarch Kirill, the head of the Russian Orthodox Church in Havana, Cuba. It was the first time a Pope had met […]

Margaret Somerville: Lessons from Indigenous wisdom in Australia’s euthanasia debate

Margaret Somerville: Lessons from Indigenous wisdom in Australia’s euthanasia debate

Some time ago, I was a member of an ethics committee set up as part of the Nuclear Waste Management Organisation established by the Canadian Government to advise it on how […]

Editorial: A humble Church will face up to the reality of what’s happened

Editorial: A humble Church will face up to the reality of what’s happened

In light of the first sessions of the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse this week and the searing, shocking statistics detailing what is known about sexual abuse […]

Medical ethics draws Archbishop Anthony Fisher back to the classroom

Medical ethics draws Archbishop Anthony Fisher back to the classroom

He’s not just a busy Australian archbishop dealing with a thousand-and-one daily issues to do with running an archdiocese; Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP is also an established academic in his own […]

LATEST NEWS

Leaderboard-new-CJO-new

TRENDING