- Advertisement -
Home Tags Gender Ideology

Tag: Gender Ideology

Q&A with Fr John Flader: The gender contradiction

“Dear Father, I have seen several references to a recent Vatican document on gender theory but don’t know anything about it. Can you help...

Q&A with Fr John Flader: The lie of gender ideology

“Dear Father, as a parent I am very concerned about the approach taken in some of our schools, even Catholic ones, to children uncertain...

Kevin Donnelly: Truth is the first casualty of the gender wars

The release of the Congregation for Catholic Education’s publication Male and Female He Created Them: Towards a path of dialogue on the question of...

Anna Krohn: Gender, language and who God really is

A Christian gesture above gender Recently it was reported that some Catholic Schools in Brisbane were gender neutering the names of the Persons of the...

Combat gender theory with Theology of the Body

With the current push for gender theory to be legally implemented around the world, it has never been more imperative for Catholics to be...

Bishops back gender clarity call

Catholic bishops have welcomed the Vatican’s recent statement that gender is fixed from birth.

When the centre does not hold

Gone are the times when marriage was solely a sacrament involving a woman and a man for the purpose of procreation, people dressed discreetly...

Outsmarting the PC ideologues at Australian universities

You’re in your final year of secondary school and excitedly examining your options for university courses next year. You have a passion for English...

Monica Doumit: Beatle’s vision a childish illusion

“Imagine there’s no heaven; it’s easy if you try. No hell below us; above us only sky.” So begins John Lennon’s famous Imagine anthem. I...

Monica Doumit: Birth certificate Bill is the fruit of marriage redefinition

A new bill, if passed, would go a long way towards making Tasmania a gender-neutral state.
- Advertisement -

FEATURES

Bishop Peter Elliott: St John Henry Newman, a true son of...

His long life spanned the nineteenth century. John Henry Newman was born in London in 1801 and died in Birmingham in 1890.

Catholic and Orthodox unite

MOST POPULAR