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Simcha Fisher: Milo and other real humans

Celebrities may be fascinating, but we can't objectify them Against my better judgement, I read the LifeSiteNews interview with Milo Yiannopoulos, the professionally degenerate political...

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

The Church: Dwelling Place of the Holy Spirit

Not only does the Spirit make the Church one, it also leads the Church to be faithful, in ever deeper adherence to Christ.

Big questions: the Pandemic, our Mission and the New Evangelisation

this cataclysm has removed from our path artificial obstacles to new endeavours and underscored the part each of us can play as the baptised in the rebuilding of the new world that awaits

Sydney in Mission: Calling Disciples of Christ

When the remaining disciples saw the risen Lord on Ascension Mount, Matthew tells us, “they worshipped Him; though some doubted” it was him. “Then Jesus...

Planning for mission: the future of Sydney Archdiocese is underway

If evangelisation is the priority, our conversion is what leads to it A vision for the Archdiocese of Sydney When installed in November 2014, Archbishop Anthony...

Plenary 2020: an inclusive Church?

We accept everyone - it sounds so nice. But you can’t be a Christian without repentance and conversion, without the attempt to change your...

Simcha Fisher: No more jerks for Jesus

St Paul got knocked off his horse, and then he stopped persecuting Christians. Pretty dramatic. From that day forward, he stopped being the guy...

Simcha Fisher: You can always come back

One Sunday afternoon, I posted on Facebook: "Reasons the Fishers left their pew this morning: Had to go to the bathroom. Also had to go to the...

At it’s heart, Mardi Gras is empty

Sydney’s globally renowned Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras is upon us again. Taxpayers’ money has been poured into creating a new purpose-built, rainbow pedestrian crossing...
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