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COVID-19’s classroom consequences

Given the consensus that the worst of the Covid-19 pandemic is over and Catholic, Independent and government schools around Australia are gradually reopening, it’s...

Monica Doumit: Greens: say one thing, do another

The movie, The American President, is one of my all-time favourites. In one scene, the fictional President Andrew Shepherd says that if you really...

Fr John Flader: Are Bushfires God’s punishment?

Father John Flader answers an important question, "Are the bushfires God's punishment?" Regarding the recent bushfires in Australia, I wonder if God has removed his...

The dictionary the politically correct don’t want you to read

In today’s politically correct world if you oppose the rate of immigration you are attacked as xenophobic, argue marriage involves a woman and a man you are condemned as heteronormative and homophobic and defend the benefits of western civilisation and you are guilty of white supremacism and for being Eurocentric.

Fr John Flader: Sensus fidei is no mere poll

Sensus fidei, literally “sense of faith”, also called sensus fidelium, “sense of the faithful”, is described by the Catechism of the Catholic Church as...

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...
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Book shatters the pretence in Pell affair

Former Prime Minister John Howard has written he “never believed” the charges against Cardinal Pell in the foreword to a new book by Sydney...

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