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The danger of believing

Bishop James Su Zhimin of Baoding in Hebei province, China, was last seen in 2003 – and by accident. He was discovered by his family...

Prayer’s up in wake of pandemic: research

Australians are experiencing a spiritual awakening with 30 per cent praying more since the pandemic.

Chris Da Silva: Couple lived a royal love

They were at the very peak, yet for the last Austro-Hungarian emperor and his wife, God came first It’s only fitting that the first Sunday...

Plenary voices: Bishop Richard Umbers

To live and operate in the boring 20's a certain amount of bureaucratic procedure is inevitable. And perhaps it has ever been so. David...

Discerning the Church with the Church at the Fifth Plenary Council...

On 3 October the fifth Plenary Council of Australian will commence, a historic opportunity for the Catholic Church in Australia to renew its commitment to the mission of Jesus Christ.

Melto D’Moronoyo: The Rosary and Maronite Faith

Continuing with The Catholic Weekly’s readers exciting new addition to its line up of award-winning columns this week. Titled Melto D’moronoyo (From Syriac it translates literally...

Simcha Fisher: Frog and Toad at Cana

A childhood tale sheds light on the mystery of marriage Not long before he died, I was complaining to my father I couldn't persuade any...

‘Miracle’ surprise for parish after giving Alpha a go

Out of the 23 people who began the pilot supported by the Parish Renewal Team of the Sydney Centre for Evangelisation, all of them completed it, and several expressed interest in volunteering in the parish.

Paul Catalanotto: The domestication of danger

Not everything should be made cute and cuddly It is time we discuss the elephant in the room, along with the shark, the bear, the...

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...
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Book shatters the pretence in Pell affair

Former Prime Minister John Howard has written he “never believed” the charges against Cardinal Pell in the foreword to a new book by Sydney...

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