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Paul Catalanotto: Order your life as a man

He wears a tweed suit, a pipe in hand, an appropriately styled beard, a Glencairn whiskey glass filled with his favourite drop on the side table, and he can quote G.K. Chesterton verbatim. He can also squat his body weight, wrestle a 3-meter crocodile, has a black belt in judo, drives a ute, and can out pope the Pope.
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Paul Catalanotto: Essence and change

In July of 1801, two years after the French Revolution, France returned the Cathedral of Notre Dame to the Catholic Church in a state of disarray.
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Paul Catalanotto: A book on dying we all need to read

A palliative doctor explores the lost art and wisdom of a gentle death for all of us Any supporter of euthanasia can get any number...

Time to think about classes on bioethics in schools

If Catholics are going to have a say and role in how medicine and healthcare are shaped in Australia, waiting till interested Catholics make...

Paul Catalanotto: Numb to our own cruelty

There is a philosophical problem with offering death rather than our best help first We human beings have a universal norm supported by our universal...
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