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Decrees now wait on Rome approval

The Fifth Plenary Council of Australia was a new experience for Catholics in many ways, said Archbishop Timothy Costelloe SDB, lived in a “tentative...

No substitute for being in the same room

In the vision of the Second Vatican Council, dialogue ranks among the most important concepts. The Pontificate of Pope Francis has drawn so deeply...

The Plenary’s agenda must be exposed

By Sandy Wallace The Catholic Church was born from the sacrifice of Christ on the cross. She is not a man made construct open to...

The Plenary Council: no reform without conversion

In coming days, the fifth Plenary Council of Australia will commence its second assembly here in the Archdiocese of Sydney. It is the concluding...

Philippa Martyr: The redundancy of boomer faith

I’m afraid I laughed out loud when I read in The Catholic Weekly that ‘reformers’ think the Plenary Council isn’t going their way. They...

I won’t be an administrative hack, says new Sydney Bishop

Australia's newest bishop rejects mere bureaucratic role, commits himself to bringing Jesus to the Church's flock at the grassroots.

Believe in Jesus? Then identify as His

Many Christians, perhaps most, through most of history, have not “practised”, in the sense of going to church on Sundays, or have practised only...
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