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Monica Doumit: Oatlands memorial shows new life blossoms forth from tragedy

Seeing little Selina Abdallah playing at the launch of a memorial to her family's tragedy was a sign that grace can bring light out of darkness, writes Monica Doumit

Melto D’Moronoyo: Sunday of the Faithful Departed

Praying for the dead isn’t only set aside for the month of November, for we must remember them always in prayer and ask for mercy from God.

George Weigel: Secularist blinders and the Middle East

Those who benefit from the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) translations unfortunately often display little interest.

Q and A with Fr John Flader: Primacy of Peter in...

Dear Father, I have a friend who can’t accept the Catholic Church’s teaching on the primacy of a Pope. How can I explain this to him?

Monica Doumit: In 50 years, marriage culture has all but disappeared...

If a marriage culture disappears from Australia in the next couple of generations, we will be relying on the witness of the lives of people like my parents to proclaim the goodness and the importance of marriage, says Monica Doumit.

Dr Matthew Tan: AI cannot understand wisdom of the heart

Last week, Pope Francis issued the papal World Day of Social Communications message on the spheres in which AI, left unchecked by ethical, social, cultural and legal parameters, can actually undermine ethics, societies, cultures and laws rather than building them up.

The power of praying with the Holy Scriptures

Seven years ago, my life was radically changed when a religious sister introduced me to Lectio Divina—”divine reading.” It’s an ancient monastic practice of prayerfully reading, and meditating on, the Sacred Scriptures.

George Weigel: ‘Ukraine-fatigue’ is a failure of moral insights

My friend and colleague Carl Trueman recently observed that “the West is no longer a consortium of serious cultures.”

Philippa Martyr: Reject romance, return to clothes-swaps

I recently went to a ladies-only clothing swap at a friend’s house. This is a sustainable thing you can do with your clothes.

Q and A with Fr John Flader: Eucharistic Adoration

Dear Father, I have noticed that more parishes in Australia have Eucharistic adoration. Do we know how this practice developed in the Church? 

Melto D’Moronoyo: Commemoration of the Righteous and the Just

This Sunday marks Sunday of the Sunday of the Righteous and Just, who have preceded us to the Heavenly Kingdom of their eternal reward.

Important questions to ask about our social media pandemic

Jesus does not ask us to be on top of everything, but rather to love him with all our heart, mind and strength, and to love everyone. 
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