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Fr John Flader: life with the coronavirus

If we cannot attend Mass or receive Communion, that too is a sacrifice we can offer to God, in union with the many people around the world who over the centuries and at the present time, cannot attend Mass.

The Coronavirus and the Church of the future

If we look back and study the Church amid plague, we see much of what we are beginning to see now: innovative ways to serve those in need.

Cruise ships and Covid19 – compassion in a pandemic

There is a way for Australia to address this problem. It involves the use of detention centres which were established around Australia to deal with boat people coming from overseas, but which are now largely empty.

Rediscovering home in a time of pandemic

The second epidemic is destructive in other ways, even more infectious than the first disease, spreading irrational fear, blind panic and brute selfishness.

Virus is ‘not God’s punishment’

'Sometimes bad things happen to good people', as Archbishop Fisher promises support for all affected by pandemic.

Pope’s housemate sick with COVID-19

The latest to fall ill is one of four testing positive at the Vatican.

Priests on the coronavirus frontline

Sydney priests are prepared to be busier than ever providing spiritual and practical care.

Monica Doumit: Cashing in on tragedy

In Italy, one health risk is being replaced with another Imagine that in a few weeks’ time, we all go into lock down because of...

Steven Buhagiar: Living the Gospel of Life in an era of...

The 25th anniversary of Evangelium Vitae 1995-2020 Yesterday afternoon I walked up the path to our parish’s adoration chapel. It was locked as were all...

Love and marriage in a time of coronavirus

Hayden and Raffaela pray for a solution after wedding plans were shattered by church closures.
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