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Q&A with Fr John Flader: Sensus fidei is no mere poll

“Dear Father, can you please tell me the meaning of the phrase sensus fidei, which is being used a lot in conjunction with the...

Monica Doumit: I support Sydney’s Anglicans

The Anglican Archbishop of Sydney, Glenn Davies, has been getting some rough treatment of late, aided largely by media coverage that either deliberately or...

Monica Doumit: Does the end justify the means?

“The Prime Minister is a father and I appeal to him as a parent and as a Christian to look into his heart and...

Fr Josh Miechels: Don’t forget a few key essentials

So how’s your week going? A bit up and down? As usual, that fits today’s readings, where the Lord gives us some gentle reminders...

Monica Doumit: Deafening silence from business

With it being the front page of every newspaper, the top story on every news bulletin, and countless talkback radio commentators and callers putting...

Monica Doumit: Open courts point to the truth

As a general rule, Australian courts are committed to the principle of the public administration of justice. This is characterised by proceedings being conducted...

Monica Doumit: Watch out for shallow media

Am I the only one who spent a little bit more time than I should have on ‘Ringgate’ last week? You know, the video...

George Weigel: Dreyfus affair is one to remember

In December 1894, Captain Alfred Dreyfus of the French Army was convicted of treason on the grounds that he had given military secrets to...

Greg Craven: Poisoning the well of justice

Speaking as an Australian lawyer, I know we have few appealing qualities. But we do believe in our own justice system. All my life, I...

Monica Doumit: Standing tall on womens’ shoulders

This coming Friday, 8 March, is International Women’s Day, which the United Nations describes as “a day when all women are recognised for their...
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His long life spanned the nineteenth century. John Henry Newman was born in London in 1801 and died in Birmingham in 1890.

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