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No seat at jobs summit for nation’s biggest non-government employer

Representatives from the Catholic Church and Catholic agencies have not been invited to the Federal Government’s jobs summit, despite the Church being the largest...

It’s time for a ‘family wage’

Election 2022 is over, yet we're still decades overdue for essential tax reform for families. The Australian Catholic Council for Employment Relations recently called for...

Does Christianity have a future under Labor?

Labor is intensifying its attempts to court Christian votes in the lead-up to the 2022 Federal election, with Senator Kristina Keneally appearing at an...

COVID Public Health Response Shows Limits of Care and Control

Public health orders raise questions about health, rights and conscience that are not easily resolved

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Mark Shea: A cautionary tale from America

  The conclusion of a three-part series on heresy We’ve been talking in this space about heresy and the Catholic Both/And approach to the Church’s social...

Mark Shea: Catholic both/and social teaching

The second of a three-part series on heresy Last time in this space, we looked at heresy and its modern manifestation, ideology.  We noted that...

Labour laws must be fair to workers, leaders urge

Leading groups such as Catholic Social Services Australia and Vinnies say reform plans must be revisited.

Confirmed in Love with Sydney’s Aboriginal Catholic Ministry

A celebration as a rite-of-passage within the unique Aboriginal Catholic heritage.

US Congressman Dan Lipinski: Catholic social teaching antidote to sectarianism

Catholic social teaching is desperately needed to enrich public discourse

Jesuit Mission helping Vietnamese flood relief

Jesuit Mission in Australia is standing in solidarity with the devastated families in Vietnam, and urges your supporters to keep them in your thoughts and prayers.

What the left can learn from Pope Francis

The contemporary left lacks a distinctive conception of the good life

Postulator pays tribute 10 years on from St Mary MacKillop’s canonisation

A Josephite sister inspired to join the order due to the tireless work of its founder Saint Mary of the Cross MacKillop
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