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The Catholic difference: Donum ministries

In the corporate sphere, it would be unthinkable to have your “competitors” supporting your work but it makes perfect sense for Catholics, writes Monica Doumit.

Evangelisation with the Holy Spirit will not be overbearing

Pope Francis delivered a poignant message on Pentecost focused on two points: strength and kindness and how these two virtues can aid our efforts in evangelisation without being overbearing.

How can we let the Holy Spirit change our life?

Pope Francis visited thousands at Verona's Bentegodi Stadium, during his day tour in the Italian city where he spoke passionately about the power of the Holy Spirit.

Put the Holy Spirit back at the centre of the church

The celebration of the descent of the Holy Spirit upon the apostles and other followers of Jesus Christ is a very special occasion at the Vatican, and one that prompted the pope to emphasise prioritising it again.

Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP: Great South Land of the Holy Spirit

Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP's homily for the Australia Day Mass at the Chapel of Our Lady of the Rosary and St Peter Chanel, Domus Australia, 26 January 2024.

Q and A with Fr John Flader: What is an epiclesis?

I occasionally hear the word “epiclesis” when people are talking about the liturgy. What exactly is this? The word “epiclesis” is Greek and it...

The Holy Spirit: the Holy Trinity’s hype man

One of the many, great joys of being a priest is to celebrate weddings. This is especially so when the bride and groom place Christ at the centre of their ceremony. When Jesus is made the guest of honour at the wedding feast, the miracle of Cana happens again. The finest wine of holy joy overflows, long after the bar tab has run out.

What are charisms? Do I have any? And how do I...

World-renowned evangelist Sherry Weddell will appear at two exclusive events dedicated to helping people explore the power of the Holy Spirit working in our lives and renewing the church for mission

Q and A with Fr John Flader: Pentecost, the great feast...

The first mention of Pentecost as a Christian feast was made in the 3rd Century by the theologians Origen and Tertullian. Fr John Flader explains how Pentecost developed from its origins in the Jewish Festival of Weeks

Sherry Weddell to explore the power of the Holy Spirit in...

World-renowned evangelist Sherry Weddell, author of best-seller Forming Intentional Disciples: The Path to Knowing and Following Jesus, is returning to Sydney in May.

Dr Philippa Martyr: The Spirit’s tough, but not a disruptor

Do you know who the Holy Spirit is? Could you recognise Him in action? The Plenary Council set out to discern what the Holy Spirit...

Pope Francis: Holy Spirit or evil spirit?

In the final words of the Gospel we have just heard, Jesus says something that can offer us hope and make us think. He...
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