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Plenary voices: Sr Cecelia Joseph OP

From a secular point of view, the Catholic Church in Australia has outlived its usefulness. Health care for the poor, schools in the bush,...

Dr Philippa Martyr: Will the Plenary discuss teaching the Real Presence?

Discuss what matters most, the rest will follow So what about the Plenary Council? It’s all gone a bit quiet on that front, what with...

Fr John Flader: The Eucharist’s bodyguard

Dear Father, My son is an altar server and our parish priest told the servers to pray to St Tarcisius, their patron saint, for...

Mark Shea: The Four Senses of Scripture: Part 4 The Anagogical...

The last in the series on the Four Senses of Scripture The last of the Four Senses of Scripture highlights the Catholic genius for taking...

Paul Catalanotto: Real love may sometimes have to be very direct

Recently, Joe Cervantes, a Democratic Senator of New Mexico, posted on social media that his Bishop denied him Communion because of his political party. Interestingly,...

George Weigel: A voting record you never want

A voting record you never want At 1 pm EDT on 18 June, it was announced that three-quarters of the US bishops had voted to...

Dr Philippa Martyr: My father’s most beautiful Eucharist

An encounter with Jesus 'as real as you standing there' So Bishop Barron basically wrote my next column for me with his piece on the...

Q&A with Fr John Flader: Non-Catholic communions

Dear Father, I saw the recent article in The Catholic Weekly saying that a German bishop is giving Holy Communion to Protestants who ask...

Pope Francis honours Sydney Catholics

First woman to study canon law among those to receive awards for service to the Church and society.

Philippa Martyr: Condensed milk liturgical music

We have a problem with the music in many churches One of the funniest Catholic media pieces I’ve read recently was one from the US...
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