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Monica Doumit: Twisting truth to achieve an end?

“Heads, I win; tails, you lose” is a game that has the ability to confuse a slightly naïve or distracted opponent because they usually...

Joy as Bishop Randazzo joins his people at Broken Bay

More than a year of praying and waiting for a shepherd ended for the Catholic faithful of the Diocese of Broken Bay with a...

Women are Church’s future: archbishop

Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP challenged students from Our Lady of Mercy College in Burraneer to take up the baton as the Church’s next leaders...

Xavier Rynne II: Letters from the Synod for the Amazon Vol....

The Synods of 2014 and 2015, called to examine the grave challenges posed to marriage and family life in the twenty-first century, became the...

Philippa Martyr: Synods synonymous with scandal

Two upcoming Church synods are causing a bit of concern. The Amazon Synod opened on Sunday 6 October, and will consider a range of...

Simcha Fisher: Have you heard the Maasai Creed?

Some weeks ago, I wrote on the question of whether, as an Episcopal priest asserted, the creed disrupts our flow of worship. It sounded pretty...

Christianity is in a difficult place but encouraging signs abound

A more traditional form of liturgy which motivates or encourages the laity to discover the riches of the Catechism, which in turn creates a...

The questions that linger after Cardinal Pell’s appeal

The Court of Appeal of the state of Victoria dismissed George Cardinal Pell’s appeal on Wednesday 21 August in Australia from his sexual abuse...

On those who suffer for others less repentant

When Catholics try to tell me that the sexual abuse crisis is largely manufactured by enemies of the Church, I agree with them - but we differ on who the real enemies are.

Pope makes Mary focus for next WYD

“Mary arose and went with haste" will be the theme of the next WYD in Lisbon in 2022.
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Bishop Peter Elliott: St John Henry Newman, a true son of...

His long life spanned the nineteenth century. John Henry Newman was born in London in 1801 and died in Birmingham in 1890.

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