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Teacher shortage reveals a bigger issue

The teacher shortage in Australia isn’t what you think it is. It isn’t about having enough teachers in the classroom for the next school...

Paul Catalanotto: The empty giving of the internet

If it is true that internet anonymity amounts to the hostility of “everyone else on the internet is wrong”, then the relative anonymity of...

Paul Catalanotto: Our Marie Antoinette housing policy

Industry-wide, Australia is in a housing and rental crisis, and the solution from State and federal government seems to be the Marie Antoinette approach...

Movie Review: Building a Bridge – The Priest, the militant &...

Viewers might want to take this documentary with a grain of salt Produced by Martin Scorsese, the documentary Building a Bridge (2021) features well-known American...

The nastiness of online Catholics

There’s more infighting on #CatholicSocialMedia than in a medieval royal family. They fight about the best version of Catholicism: those faithful to the Pope or those who decry the Holy Father as a heretic, those who believe their theology is right and everyone who disagrees with them.

Paul Catalanotto: Lent: a time of renewal

The word lent means spring as in the season. In the Northern hemisphere, the Lenten season in the Church happily corresponds with the Spring season. Up North, Lent takes a flare of renewal and growth in how flowers anticipate fruit.

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Paul Catalanotto: Embrace the paradoxes of Lent

The word Lent means spring as in the season. In the Northern hemisphere, the Lenten season in the Church happily corresponds with the Spring season. Up North, Lent takes on a flare of renewal and growth in how flowers anticipate fruit.

Dads: provide for your kids by being present!

Greg Ellis, a Hollywood veteran best known for his turn in the Pirates of the Carribean series, likens the family court to a cartel: ...

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...
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