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Francine and Byron Pirola: Contempt turns respect into de-spect

Contempt, the toxic cousin to criticism, has been identified as a corrosive relationship pattern among couples headed for destruction.

Melto D’Moronoyo: No matter the sin, you matter to God

We just have to accept that God does not see things the same way we do. The Scriptures constantly show that God loves the repentant sinner.

Brigid Meney: Euthanasia vs the Good Samaritan

Voluntary Assisted Dying Laws commence operation on 28 November, making interventions designed to end a life, legal in New South Wales.

Philippa Martyr: Let Christ be the source of all good governance

Last year I wrote a column for the feast of Christ the King for the very first time. But there’s always more angles to...

Q and A with Fr John Flader: Consecrated virgins in the...

Dear Fr John Flader, I know someone who has consecrated as a virgin—what the difference is between a consecrated virgin and a hermit?

Holiness is the measure of synod proposals, Archbishop Fisher writes in...

In a major pastoral letter following the first assembly of the Synod on Synodality, Archbishop Fisher wrote that more work is needed to ensure key themes were authentically Catholic.

George Weigel: Support for Jimmy Lai shows Christian courage

As chief executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, John Lee is the principal enforcer of the Chinese communist regime’s ever-tightening chokehold on...

Q and A with Fr John Flader: Understanding Laudate Deum

I have read the Pope’s document Laudate Deum on climate change and I disagree with much of it. Am I disloyal to Church teaching?

Melto D’Moronoyo: A Season of Announcements to prepare for Our Lord’s...

In the Maronite liturgical calendar, we are now preparing for the birth of the Messiah, otherwise referred to as the Season of Announcements.

Philippa Martyr: No, the Gospels aren’t about sorting your recycling

The psalms and readings from Lauds and Vespers are bursting with the abundance of God through creation and how much he provides.

Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP: The Vineyard’s humble workers

This is the edited text of the homily given by Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP for the Mass of the Thirty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A.

Melto D’Moronoyo: St John Chrysostom’s courage and unswerving devotion to truth

St John Chrysostom (13 November) was one of the greatest patriarchs who ever sat on the throne of Constantinople.
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