June 25, 2017
Kidnapped by Islamic State and looked after by Muslims, a Christian girl returns to her family

Kidnapped by Islamic State and looked after by Muslims, a Christian girl returns to her family

On the night of 6 – 7 August 2014, Islamic State (IS) occupied the historic regions of the Nineveh Plains and emptied it of Christians, its original inhabitants. The Christians who fled […]

Simcha Fisher: Love and diversity

Simcha Fisher: Love and diversity

The other night, my husband and I shared a pizza as we recovered from yet another graduation. I made some passing remark about Trump’s policy change toward Cuba. It turns out […]

Mark Shea: ‘Killing’s bad ‘n all, but how much is too much?’ – Capital Punishment, Part 9 (final)

Mark Shea: ‘Killing’s bad ‘n all, but how much is too much?’ – Capital Punishment, Part 9 (final)

Last time in this space we discussed the false understanding of prudential judgment which imagines it to mean, “If you don’t like what the Church teaches, feel free to blow it […]

Catholic schools in Sydney welcome Syrian and Iraqi refugee kids

Catholic schools in Sydney welcome Syrian and Iraqi refugee kids

Over 400 children from war-torn Syria and Iraq have been taken in by Catholic schools around Sydney, and that number will continue to rise over the coming months. These incredibly vulnerable children […]

Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP: Only by the Spirit’s power can we hope to overcome

Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP: Only by the Spirit’s power can we hope to overcome

On Pentecost three years ago the Holy Father hosted a prayer meeting for peace with the Patriarch Bartholomew I of Constantinople; the President of Israel, Shimon Peres, and the President of […]

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