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Reactions to Perrottet: some critics are more equal than others

The anti-Catholic criticisms and personal attacks on Dominic Perrottet before and after being appointed the NSW Premier reveal how dangerous and virulent secular critics...

Hope springs up amid Lebanon’s Pain

Young adults and families say they are experiencing a spiritual revival in this town near the Syrian border even as Lebanon is pummelled by...

Writer’s case for Christ

His career has been all about national politics and foreign affairs. Now Greg Sheridan is writing about Jesus.

Dr Kevin Donnelly: The PM and Christianity

Every decision made in politics and government is informed and influenced by a particular philosophy or belief system As argued by Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP,...

Paul Catalanotto: Gods, Gaiman, and Wright

To worship anything other than God makes us less human The Anglican Bishop and biblical scholar, NT Wright, wrote in Simply Christian: Why Christianity Makes Sense,...

Winning voters of faith back to Labor

We are rebuilding bridges with communities of faith Many of us felt hopeful about the calendar ticking over into 2021 and the opportunities of this...

Why I Became Catholic: Emma North

Why I Became Catholic is a regular series where our readers who joined the fold later in life share the story of the journey...

Cardinal talks of ordeal to students

Christianity "helped me to survive" says Cardinal Pell Cardinal George Pell has urged university students from across Australia to reflect on the Christian teaching on...

The Kingdom of God on Twitter

When you join Twitter, the first thing you'll notice is a slow but steady trickle of tweets bitterly complaining about how terrible Twitter is....

Unscrambling the real message of Easter

Have you ever wondered why young children will often participate in hat parades at Easter time? Or where the Easter bunny came from? Or...
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St Vincent’s Hospital, Lismore, celebrates 100 years of care

Country's only diocesan-owned hospital is unique One winter’s day in 1921 four Sisters of Charity boarded a stream train at Sydney’s dusty Central Station for...
When I was in jail, you visited me: a US prison chaplain, main photo, delivers Communion to a prisoner. Photo: Karen Callaway, Northwest Indiana Catholic

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