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Dr Philippa Martyr: begin your day with praise

Grumpy Catholics will find a solution to what ails them in Lauds, the morning prayer of the Divine Office
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Catholic schools are vital. Making the difference for kids

With Easter approaching and the suffering, death and resurrection of Jesus about to be remembered and sanctified, it’s timely to reflect on to what extent schools provide an enriching and worthwhile education; one that enables students to be morally grounded, spiritually enriched and imbued with a deep appreciation of the significance and value of Christianity.

Fr John Flader Q&A: Another apparition of Mary in Ukraine

Dear Father, I have a friend from Ukraine who said Our Lady appeared in that country in 2002. Can you tell me anything about...

Hayden Ramsay: Art in motion

Dance, as an artform, tells us something about grace and unlocks a kind of joy we can experience no other way, writes Hayden Ramsay
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Fr Flader Q&A: Apparitions in Ukraine

“Dear Father, with the present war going on in Ukraine, I was happy to hear from a friend that Our Lady has appeared several times in that country. If this is true, can you tell me when she appeared and what, if any, were her messages?
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Sebastian Condon: The most interesting question

Each January, the “Australian of the Year” presentations bring to mind a speech I heard on the same occasion some years ago.
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George Weigel: Micromanaging the Church

Archbishop Arthur Roach, prefect of the Vatican’s Congregation for Divine Worship, recently sent the world’s bishops instructions regulating local usage of the Traditional Latin Mass.
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Fr John Flader Q&A: Communion under both species

In my last column I mentioned that Communion was received under both species, that is from the chalice as well as the host, until the 12th Century, when the practice died out. I concluded with the Council of Constance (1414-18), which banned the practice altogether.
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Mark Shea: From each, according to his gifts

You may have noticed a pattern to my last few articles. We have been looking at the Catholicity of the faith: its capacity for taking all sorts of fish into the Net and not being too particular about sorting them out in this world.
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Plenary Council critics rejoice! Normalcy is being restored

Reading Time: 3 minutesThe next round of the Plenary Council kicks off in July, so I have read the First Assembly’s Proposals document (December 2021) to bring myself up to speed. Compared to the virtual First Assembly sessions I briefly attended, this document is much better. If you remember, members of the First Assembly were […]
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