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Vocations 2021 Online

Vocations Magazine 2021 PUBLISHED ONLINE 22 AUGUST 2021 We are all called. Whether it’s to single life, life as a religious, to priesthood or to sacramental...

The Maronite Mum: Dear Husband

Liza Abouharb, Sydney's Maronite Mum, writes a letter to her husband as they celebrate five years of marriage. Dear husband, I was going to write about...

New retreat for married couples comes to Sydney

Eliza and Michael McCumstie know that married bliss doesn’t come automatically after the wedding day.

Boris Johnson, marriage and the Catholic Church

The news this week that the twice divorced British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, had married at Westminister Cathedral in London sent the chattering classes...

Francine and Byron Pirola: We married too young

Lots of people told us so. Neither of us had really experienced life: Byron at 27 had at least lived out of home for...

Peter Rosengren: The most dangerous thing in the world

In a world that's turned upside-down, believing Catholic families remain an untapped power Recent events on a range of fronts have communicated ever more forcefully...

Special canon law presentations to help those at the coalface of...

Expert teaching tailored for those working in parish life.

Francine and Byron Pirola: Getting to heaven

Parenting is a vocation that makes us into saints We’ve been listening to the Messy Families podcast and one of the recurring themes is this...

Francine and Byron Pirola: The Perspective Check

The two things that corrode a relationship There’s nothing like the turnover of the year for stimulating lifestyle re-evaluation. How can we make the Christmas...

Pope announces year-long reflection on family, ‘Amoris Laetitia’

Through them, he said, "we are called to rediscover the educational value of the family unit; it must be founded on the love that always regenerates relationships, opening up horizons of hope."
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