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The woman who confounds both left and right

By Lois M Collins Elizabeth Bruenig makes no apologies. Not for her progressive politics, not for her Catholic faith and certainly not for having children...

Has the Church really ‘abandoned’ its women?

The Church is always waiting to welcome home any person whose life has taken them in directions contrary to its teachings
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‘We were all like dogs.’ New book unveils abuse in women’s...

Reading Time: 4 minutes“I understood we were all like dogs. They told us to sit and we sat, to get up and we got up, to roll over and we rolled over,” said an Australian-born religious identified only as “Sister Elizabeth” in the book, Veil of Silence. After 30 years in religious life, she said […]
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Fr Flader: Women acolytes and lectors

“Dear Father, I understand the Pope has recently allowed women to be acolytes and lectors in church. I have seen women carrying out these...

Fr Brian Lucas: Women and Service at the Altar

The Church of the third millennium will need to encourage all the baptized and confirmed to be aware of their active responsibility in the church’s life

Catholic ‘Renaissance’ at Patrick’s College Australia

Patrick’s College Australia, historically known as St Patrick’s Business College, is forging ahead with a renaissance of its Irish Catholic roots
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One of Australia’s leading news photographers Brendan Esposito has built a career out of running head-on into mayhem, and says much of what makes...

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