May 26, 2017
Simcha Fisher: We’re all impostors in the Church, so let’s leave the doors open

Simcha Fisher: We’re all impostors in the Church, so let’s leave the doors open

“We usually keep this one locked,” the friendly usher explained as he opened the little door. He smiled brightly and tried to usher us in. It was Sunday Mass and we […]

Marilyn Rodrigues: Love in the family wins when it comes to bringing our children to God

Marilyn Rodrigues: Love in the family wins when it comes to bringing our children to God

A recent survey has confirmed that one’s parents and other family members have the greatest influence on a person’s religious attitudes and beliefs throughout his or her life. And many people […]

Blunting Caesar’s Sword: A history of discomfort with killing – Capital Punishment, Part 5

Blunting Caesar’s Sword: A history of discomfort with killing – Capital Punishment, Part 5

As we saw last time, the approach of Jesus to the death penalty (and his own radically unjust execution) transforms Christian understanding of our relationship to the state. Jesus’ murder at […]

Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP: The maternal care of the Mother of God

Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP: The maternal care of the Mother of God

Elizabeth Joice was 32 years old when an MRI detected aggressive spinal cancer. She decided not to fight it; she’d just enjoy whatever time she had left. However, as soon as […]

Emmanuel Community begins new ‘Fire and Hope’ youth evangelisation initiative

Emmanuel Community begins new ‘Fire and Hope’ youth evangelisation initiative

‘Fire and Hope’ is an exciting new initiative seeking to form young Catholics as missionary disciples and evangelisers in today’s world. Run by the Emmanuel Community, ‘Fire and Hope’ is a […]

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