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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...

Bishop Richard Umbers: Sensus fidei is much more than a feeling

One thing the Church must never lose sight of is keeping Christ at the centre of all She does. And this applies to every...

The Plenary, Catholic doctrine and ‘Catholics for Renewal’

The Plenary Council 2020/21 is an opportunity for the Catholic Church in Australia to refocus on its primary mission which is that of evangelisation....

Don’t lose heart when the Church fails us

While the Church has never been free of conflict and argument, a major problem of the modern era originates in what might loosely be...

Simcha Fisher: It’s our job to teach the Church’s doctrine, and...

Another day, another essay about the cruel, unjust, inflexible Church forcing innocent people to suffer. We hear, for instance, that the Church wants women to...

Paul Green MLC: Keeping SRE is vitally important for kids

I believe Special Religious Education (SRE) also known as scripture classes is a vital program that belongs in NSW schools. It is concerning to...

Mark Shea: Real Prudence and Disagreement with Clergy and Bishops –...

Last time, in this space, I talked about the idea of docility to the Church’s teaching, dogmatic or not.  The basic point was simply...
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