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A hermit looks out his window in a time of crisis

In a focused way, I feel the pain of the global pestilence. It bites. I am sad and I am angry at the deaths of the innocent ones

Simcha Fisher: Words about death

We buried my father this month. He and my mother had bought plain Trappist coffins for themselves years ago, to spare us children the...

Annual Easter Rosary goes national

For fifteen years on Easter Monday, young adults from Somascan parishes in Western Australia have been trekking across the white sand of WA’s Coogee...

Faith, food and family formation

Faith and food have come together in a delicious book for cooking up the liturgical calendar featuring recipes highlighting the significance of each season. In...

Q&A with Fr John Flader: A special octave, indeed

“Dear Father, I once read that in the early Church the week after Easter was like one continuous feast in the Church. Can you...

Simcha Fisher: Give God your radishes

The shepherd's prayer and the rabbi's prayer will both be received if they are offered sincerely, because of who God is.

‘Battle for our souls has begun’

Thousands have gathered at St Mary's Cathedral for the opening of the 2019 Easter Triduum.

Karl Schmude: The Easter yearning

Easter is an uncomfortable feast. Unlike Christmas, it dwells on death rather than life. While it finally celebrates the triumph of life over death,...

Easter: the search for meaning

What does Easter mean for you?  For many, in an increasingly materialistic and pleasure driven society it’s all about hot cross buns, chocolate Easter...

Doctor’s view on Christ’s passion

Jesus Christ likely died from excessive blood loss, a Catholic surgeon has said.
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