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Fortify your faith this Lent, with Fearless

EWTN personality Chris Stefanick created the Lenten resource to help Catholics face their fears and understand better how to spiritually and practically overcome them

Are the ‘Nones’ a sign of decline or God at work...

Celebrated theologian and philosopher Monsignor Tomáš Halík shared his insights and experience on ministering to atheists and spiritual seekers with Australian audiences this month.

On God’s beat: police officer among 200 new Catholics welcomed into...

Police officer Nathan Kohutek says becoming Catholic has made him a better husband and father, and has given him a new perspective on his job

Simcha Fisher: Some thoughts on the dreams of children

One day, a child came snuffling and sobbing down the stairs in the morning, and when I asked what was the matter, she said,...

Why I stay Catholic

Some time ago, I had a memorable dream. I dreamed that I had barged in on a plan to renovate our local church building,...

Future doctor of the church? Benedict XVI scholars say German professor-pope stands the...

By Maria Wiering Beginning well before he was elected pope in 2005, Pope Benedict XVI made substantial contributions to theology and Catholic thought through his prolific writing,...

Father Ian Ker: Newman’s brilliant interpreter

We first met Fr Ian Ker (Ker pronounced “car”) in Australia in the early 1990s.  It was in a slightly comical but telling circumstance...

At rock bottom, find new hope in this Christmas Manger: Pope

Christ was born to touch people's hearts and show that love is the power that changes the course of history, Pope Francis said. However, the...

A Christmas message from Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP

After a year of terrible war in Ukraine and disastrous floods closer to home, in which people have lost loved ones, homes, livelihoods, where...

Brutal reality of new NT law

Debates over religious freedom can be a little confusing. Anti-discrimination laws exist at a federal, state and territory level and amendments to these laws...

The wine which prefigures an eternal and heavenly banquet

Some years ago a mind I revere, Fr Herbert McCabe, spoke about why we couldn’t consecrate burgers and Coca-Cola at mass. One good answer...

Out of darkness comes light: Abdallahs share experience with Gymea parishioners...

Leila Abdallah has told a sell-out crowd at the Inaugural Labouré Lecture that despite sometimes crying at Mass she would “never, ever, ever change”...
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