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Mark Shea: Names in the Gospels

Last time in this space we looked at the spiritual meaning of names in Scripture.  But there is another aspect to names, particularly in...

Mark Shea: What’s in a Name?

Names are a big deal in Scripture. Hebrew culture and tradition saw names as more than mere labels to slap on people and things...

Archbishop Fisher OP calls for a ‘powerhouse of prayer’ to renew...

“Only through prayer can we hear, discern, converse, propose, decide,” said the archbishop at the Mass marking the midpoint of the Plenary Council's first assembly.

Simcha Fisher: Yes, you are having a hard time right now

You're having a hard time right now because your life is hard right now I didn't even bother coming up with a little introduction for...

Why I love being a catechist

Eunice Woo shares what drew her to teach Scripture to children in state schools Jesus said to the apostles:" The harvest is plentiful, but the...

Dr Philippa Martyr: One question the Plenary should ask

Last week I was musing about how beige Catholicism has almost smothered us to death in Australia. Certainly, it’s hard to find evidence of...

Course equips lay leaders for mission

Fr Chris Ryan MGL said the Foundations of Missionary Leadership Course is for anyone passionate about leading people to Christ.

Mark Shea: Models of the Church – Mary and the Church...

Part 2 of Mark's series on Models of the Church Read the introduction here. The first model of the Church is the Marian model. Mary is,...

Fr John Flader: The Eucharist’s bodyguard

Dear Father, My son is an altar server and our parish priest told the servers to pray to St Tarcisius, their patron saint, for...

Mark Shea: The Four Senses of Scripture: Part 4 The Anagogical...

The last in the series on the Four Senses of Scripture The last of the Four Senses of Scripture highlights the Catholic genius for taking...
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St Vincent’s Hospital, Lismore, celebrates 100 years of care

Country's only diocesan-owned hospital is unique One winter’s day in 1921 four Sisters of Charity boarded a stream train at Sydney’s dusty Central Station for...
When I was in jail, you visited me: a US prison chaplain, main photo, delivers Communion to a prisoner. Photo: Karen Callaway, Northwest Indiana Catholic

Being with Jesus in Jail

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