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Fight, or lose rights says ACU Vice-chancellor

Today’s believers will need to fight a vicious form of secularism if they want to pass their faith onto the next generation of Australians,...

James Parker: You couldn’t make it up if you tried

Israel Folau, one of Australia’s greatest rugby players, had his contract terminated weeks before the 2019 Rugby World Cup. Israel’s sin? Reminding people in a...

Monica Doumit: Catholic voters are a disgrace

Did the religious vote impact the results of the federal election? Did Labor’s indifference to, and sometimes open hostility towards, people of faith affect...

Murray Norman: SRE is vital in our schools

A recently released report has broken new ground in finding that Special Religious Education in our schools provides a host of additional benefits, including...

Anthony Cleary: Twitter: a great tool for evangelisation

Until recently I was largely unfamiliar with the social phenomenon known as Twitter – and much to my regret. Twitter emerged in 2006, my first...

Karl Schmude: Lent’s subversive signs

In the tributes paid to the legendary broadcaster Mike Willesee on his recent death, there were many references to the recovery of his Catholic...

Q&A with Fr John Flader: Tai Chi’s definite dangers

"Dear Father, I know a number of people, including fervent Catholics, who practise Tai Chi. Is there anything in this Chinese practice that would...

Faith, Francis and a first for Archdiocese

A program piloted in a handful of schools just two years ago encouraging students to give back to their community and put their faith...

Janina Starkey: Bringing back the patrimony

By Janina Starkey Earlier this year, teachers of Religious Education across NSW, began preparing to implement a new senior course of study in Catholic Schools. This...
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