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Philippa Martyr: A resolution for 2022: live your faith

I’m celebrating Christmas this year by quoting – for the first time - a John Lennon song in The Catholic Weekly. (My apologies to Paul Catalanotto, who hates this song).
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Philippa Martyr: Learn to accept being dependent – just like Jesus

Reading Time: 3 minutesA colleague told me the other day about a funeral she’d attended. The deceased was an older man, a high achiever, well educated, retired, with a family he loved. He had a bit of dementia and a few other health issues, and he was absolutely hating the feeling of losing his strength. […]
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Philippa Martyr: Disillusioned? Think your next step through

Every now and then, someone – usually on The Catholic Weekly Facebook page – will tell me that they no longer go to Mass...

Philippa Martyr: Lost art of fasting is worth rediscovering

This week I’m changing gears a bit and looking at some other Plenary Council recommendations and interventions. The Plenary Council really tried to engage other...

Philippa Martyr: Let’s prepare the way of the Lord. Go to...

At last, some long overdue joy! This week I’m continuing with some concepts I think the Plenary Council forgot to discuss. If we are to...

Plenary voices: Dr Philippa Martyr

I spent some time listening to the livestream of the Plenary Council session of Wednesday 6 October, where small groups shared their three minutes...

Dr Philippa Martyr: Be careful who you date – and why

Not so quick on dating advice A Catholic Weekly contributor begs to differ with her Catholic sister Jo Hayes - in some things - on...

Dr Philippa Martyr: The Novus Ordo was meant to be a...

There’s some concerns that Pope Francis might be planning to limit the use of the Vetus Ordo, or Extraordinary Form of the Mass (the...

Dr Philippa Martyr: Amnesia about priesthood

To understood priesthood, we need to look at its origins I used to be a great reader of Terry Pratchett’s Discworld fantasy series. His view...

Dr Philippa Martyr: Well done on the Instrumentum

Some highlights of the plenary council working document The Instrumentum Laboris has been released to guide the next stage of the Plenary Council Process. I’ve...
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