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Philippa Martyr: Set priorities, and all else follows

If we’re really serious our focus is the reality of Jesus and His love - and what it means for us in daily life I...

To be Christian is to be different

One of the many positive fruits of the Royal Commission is an increased attentiveness to the poison of clericalism: the misuse of a service...

The Answer to Ayla’s prayer

When Ayla Casey asked for a sign to let her know God is real, she didn’t expect it to be an actual sign. Early in...

Last train out of Sydney…how I found the Catholic faith

'Turn on, tune-in and drop out' they said in the 60s. James Orrock tried that - but still found himself searching A long, long time ago...

Inspired by Jesus, many step forward

Many people across city seek to join the Church at Easter More than 600 people packed St Mary’s Cathedral last weekend to witness a major...

Infant son of British PM Boris Johnson baptised Catholic

Wilfred Johnson was baptized in Westminster Cathedral on Sept. 12, 2020, in a private ceremony

New life at Beirut parish amid grief

The baptism of Simon Charbel this week was a sign of hope for a broken city.

Vatican rules on invalid baptisms

The correct wording is essential to the sacrament, says the CDF as only Christ baptises.

Simcha Fisher: A fake baptism and the real presence

Effects of an invalid Baptism The other week, Catholic Twitter was in a tizzy over the story of an unfortunate priest who discovered, fifteen years...

Q&A with Fr John Flader: We rise, newly alive from water

"Dear Father, my son-in-law was recently baptised and the priest explained that the ceremonies of Baptism are very ancient. Is this true and, if...
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