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Christians’ testimony in Gaza a ‘true miracle’ amid nonstop war

In the shadow of darkness, eight children in Gaza City beamed with joy as they received their first Communion.

Daniel Ang: Absent faith, synodality only a buzzword

As the first assembly of the Synod on Synodality draws to a close, the polarisation over this ecclesial project remains—at least if the online commentary is anything to go by. 

Q and A with Fr John Flader: Grandparents and baptism

My married children do not practise their faith and, in spite of the encouragement of my wife and me, they have not had their...

A Sacramental Season

By Francine & Byron Pirola It’s ‘Sacrament Season’ in Australia: children are busily preparing to make their first Confession, first Holy Communion or Confirmation. Meanwhile,...

Mark Shea: Don’t stint on the Sacrament of Anointing

About a decade ago, I went to confession for the umpteenth time for a sin I had struggled with for years: gluttony. I had confessed...
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