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We can’t be frightened of having different opinions

The First Assembly of the Fifth Plenary Council of Australia begins this Sunday, 3 October. Over the past three weeks, The Catholic Weekly has been...

Monica Doumit: A defence of faith in the public square

Feel free to defend the right of Christians to offer their points of view, even to hold public office Section 116 of the Australian Constitution...

Parish priest and youth go on the front foot with euthanasia...

On Thursday 13 May, popular Catholic Weekly columnist Monica Doumit will look at the political and legal aspects of dying with dignity

Monica Doumit: When science outruns ethics

In this week’s edition of the paper, Marilyn Rodrigues has written about the submission to the inquiry on legalising mitochondrial donation in Australia from...

Monica Doumit: Year of St Joseph is perfectly providential

Saint's intercession is ideal for the battles ahead in 2021 Go to Joseph. These words, originally spoken by Pharaoh to the people of Egypt who were...

Monica Doumit: Children are Vic bill’s collateral damage

The front cover of last week’s Catholic Weekly was probably the most dramatic front page in a while, and it was dramatic for a...

Monica Doumit: Some unborn are deemed less equal

Report reveals appalling attitudes remain around disability On Sunday, the Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability handed down its...

Monica Doumit: Statistics raise a massive red flag

The COVID-19 pandemic in Victoria appears to be giving cover to another deadly pandemic in that state: that of euthanasia and assisted suicide. Pardon the...

Monica Doumit: Parents’ rights go down the gurgler

Last week, I wrote about a significant Swedish study that found surgery, hormonal treatment or both to transition a person’s gender provided no mental...

Monica Doumit: Suffer the little children

Well, it wouldn’t be a new school semester if the Greens didn’t again try to push Special Religious Education (SRE) out of public schools. Greens...
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