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Anna Krohn: On crimes and consequences

The incredible courage of Judith Ann Reisman The Hebrew word associated with the virtue of Judith, the ancient Jewish “saviour” of her people is “ometz...

Anna Krohn: The Church is not a City with Closed Doors

Some Melbourne priests told us last week that they had been barred from entering even where the patients had requested a priest

Why now for a Marian consecration of Australia?

This does not give us an anaesthetic from our pain or a type of cocky remoteness from tribulations of the world- but it does unite us in hopeful solidarity while “in exile” with the Christ-focussed and grace-filled strength and love of the faithful Mother of the Covenant, Mary of Nazareth.

A church prepared to bark: keeping warm hearts and cool heads...

Like a scene from a French comedy, Fr De Maistre’s altar server (also a policeman) engaged in a lively negotiation with the invading gendarmes

Rediscovering home in a time of pandemic

The second epidemic is destructive in other ways, even more infectious than the first disease, spreading irrational fear, blind panic and brute selfishness.

In debt for doctor’s far-reaching vision for the culture of life

It’s said that if you aren’t on social media you don’t exist. The frightening cultural amnesia bequeathed by this nostrum was brought home at...

Anna Krohn: An Australian end

It seemed both fitting and especially poignant for staff and students that the final graduation ceremony of the Melbourne Session of The John Paul...
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Students to go to the margins in new model

The Australian Catholic University has announced an exciting new partnership with the Archdiocese of Sydney’s welfare agency, CatholicCare aimed at embedding Catholic social teaching...
When I was in jail, you visited me: a US prison chaplain, main photo, delivers Communion to a prisoner. Photo: Karen Callaway, Northwest Indiana Catholic

Being with Jesus in Jail

A prophetic voice for the needy

professor Margaret Somerville told The Catholic Weekly that she agrees many people will conscientiously object to a vaccination linked to an electively aborted human foetus.

Vaccine mandates questioned

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