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Plenary voices: Fr Anthony Percy

The new buzz word is ‘Synodality.’ It means ‘walking together.’ ‘Walking’ is, as we well know, a symbol of the moral life. The letters of Paul...

Plenary voices: Warren Featherstone

I’ve listened to all sorts of wonderful input but I’m still led back to a certain point. The motif of Vatican II was to read...

Bishop Antoine-Charbel Tarabay: Reflections on the Plenary

I will begin by saying that my experience in this first session of the Plenary was as beautiful as it was challenging, and there...

Be wary of the Fashions of the Age – Archbishop Fisher’s...

Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP has urged the Members of the 5th Plenary Council of the Catholic Church in Australia to bring the patrimony of...

Plenary voices: Erin Gillard

Our Catholic Church is a family of families. We are sons, daughters, mothers, fathers, uncles, aunties, cousins, grandparents. All united by the bond of...

Plenary voices: Bishop Terence Brady

Outreach to the poor and vulnerable Pope Francis reminds us to stop being preoccupied with ourselves and go out into the streets as missionary disciples....

Clear proposals emerge from First Assembly of the Plenary Council

Clear proposals have emerged from Members attending the First Assembly of the Plenary Council this week, including moves to better embrace the rich liturgical...

Plenary voices: Mons Marcelino Youssef

Question: How might we better equip ordained ministers to be enablers of missionary discipleship: the Church becoming more a “priestly people” served by the...

Plenary voices: wake up, Catholic Australia! urges Archbishop Fisher

Fires, floods, plague and earthquake: they’re wake up calls. Wake up Catholic Australia! There’s a bushfire consuming faith in this land. Disillusionment over child sexual...

Beyond the First Assembly: Archbishop Costelloe maps out the Plenary road...

The President of the 5th Plenary Council of Australia, the Archbishop of Perth, Timothy Costelloe SDB has emphasised to Members how important their work...
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