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[email protected] with Fr John Flader: Who are Christadelphians?

I have a work colleague who is a Christadelphian and, frankly, I had never heard of this religious community until now. What is their...

Paul Catalanotto: ‘Traditional’ Catholics

Beware the false 'traditional' vs 'non-traditional' divide People who call themselves "traditional Catholics" are on equal footing in my mind with those people who say...

George Weigel: It’s been a good year

Let's celebrate some of our great people and events There is no need to belabour the awfulness of the year of lockdowns, shutdowns, and other...

Mark Shea: What is a heresy?

The first of three-part series on heresy Modernity has been conditioned to think of orthodoxy as a stiff and stodgy thing, closed to new ideas...

Monica Doumit: I applaud US bishops on Biden statement

Controversial welcome was entirely appropriate Well, the US Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) was in a bit of a flurry last week, wasn’t it? For those...

Philippa Martyr: Downton Abbey Catholicism

A Church for the modern person Having read the Australian Catholic Mass Attendance Report 2016, I think we can safely say that the experiment has...

Michael Daniel: Learning to speak Catholic with an accent

there is still the tendency for me to default into using phrases of common prayers from The Book of Common Prayer (1662), such as “the quick and the dead” instead of “the living and the dead”

We need the Mass even more

A week ago, my friend and colleague Peter Holmes published an article ‘Missing Mass? Don’t complain…’ Its focus is not so much on those...

Q&A with Fr John Flader: Excommunication possible

“Dear Father, I am disturbed by the fact that some Catholic politicians have voted for the legalisation of abortion in this country. For me,...

Bishop Barron and Dr Peterson’s meeting of minds

US bishop and popular author Bishop Robert Barron has spoken of a “huge pastoral failure” by the Church during a highly anticipated discussion with...
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