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Simcha Fisher: Showing up empty-handed

We were at Mass. Christmas Mass, in fact; and I felt, as I always do, that we had arrived unprepared. If I only had one...

Why church is good

First, a heads-up for Catholic readers: The author of “The Point of Church” is a Baptist minister and pastor in Alabama. Second heads-up: Don’t worry about it.
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Simcha Fisher: The Church you’re building

Reading Time: 5 minutesWhen St. Francis started having visions, he made an honest mistake. Jesus told him to rebuild his church, so St. Francis, with a willing heart, set to work rebuilding the literal, physical church right in front of him. Block by block, he put the chapel of San Damiano back together. But of […]
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Dr Philippa Martyr: If we’re different, others will want what we...

If we’re different, others will want what we possess Recently I said that you can’t be holy and live exactly like pagans at the same...

The Passion and The Joy

Combining Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater and Mozart’s Exultate Jubilate to celebrate the Passion and the Joy of Easter in concert at St Peter’s Church, Surry Hills. It was...

Simcha Fisher: Making the church in our image

  Power grabs in the church are not a new problem The National Catholic Reporter has published a strange story about what happens to a parish...

Do you pray for our priests?

Celibacy - freely embraced - helps create really good, fatherly and even emotionally available men When was the last time you prayed for priests, or...

The Good Charities Guide 2020

The Good Charities Guide 'The Good Charities Guide' is for readers located across Sydney, NSW and interstate who are looking to support a suitable charity....

Philippa Martyr: Women, equality and the Church

The Church is either human and democratic or like the Blues Brothers – on a mission from God My last piece on women deacons caused...

Setting the world on fire: life in the Holy Spirit

It is not sufficient for us to confine our Christian life to the pews of the parish Church and a scattering of prayers in the home, without commitment to the issues of our time and the presenting challenges of the world
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Juliette Kirkwood began work as a Community Care Worker in CatholicCare’s parish program a year and a half ago, but grew up in South-Western...

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