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Christians, dissidents, ‘troublemakers’ jailed in psychiatric wards

As a result of electric shocks, my memory declined, and my hands and feet often felt numb

Churches cast light despite locked doors

Dotted around Sydney each night are new reminders that Christ is always beacon of hope.

Keeping the Faith in a Covid19 world

With the suspension of Mass and so many of us isolated due to the current coronavirus pandemic, how do we pray at home as...

Free Audible stories and top Netflix picks for school holidays.

AUDIBLE STORIES     Though your kids may have to stay cooped up inside these school holidays, there’s no reason their imaginations can’t run wild. Audible, Amazon’s online...

Surviving coronavirus lock down with 10 kids

How are you holding up? Are you okay? As for us, we're doing surprisingly well as we head into the third of who-knows-how-many-weeks of being...

Simcha Fisher: 15 ways to help others (and yourself) during the...

When there's a disaster, many people feel the impulse to rush out and do something right away to help. But to help in this...

Family meals: Why do they matter?

Getting the whole family to sit down for dinner can be next to impossible – with sport practice, working late and homework taking up...

The faith behind the Wiggles

To be in the running to WIN 1 of 10 Wiggles prize packs containing a DVD, CD, plush toy, t-shirt, fan card and light...

Renewing our Parishes: Prayer is the Foundation

A deepening conversion to the Christ and his mission begins with – and relies upon – prayer

The school of hope

Fifteen-year-old Joanne Blake was wagging school more than attending it, she was mixing with the wrong crowd, selling drugs and in constant fear of...
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Out of India: the Dukhrana of St Thomas

The memorial feast of St Thomas the Apostle on 3 July does not get a mention in the Ordo this year, because it falls...

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