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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...

Bishop warns of Plenary Council risk

Calls for a ‘new Church’ risks infidelity to God, Sydney bishop has warned.

Archbishop Julian Porteous: laying solid foundations for Plenary 2020

The Plenary Council 2020/2021 will be a major ecclesial event for the Church here in Australia. It will be an historical moment and will...

Phillipa Martyr: A catechesis Australia needs

Confusion revealed in Plenary Council listening sessions The Plenary Council has recently started to release some of its preliminary findings from the listening sessions that...

Faithful tell Plenary 2020 they want a Christ-centred Church

After consulting more than 222,000 of the Catholic faithful on what they think God wants of the Church in Australia, six National Themes have...

What the Plenary Council won’t be able to change

Plenary Council 2020 will not have the power to enact anything contradicting the Church’s teachings on faith and morals, or to change the essentials...

Students ask bishops to keep the faith

Catholic uni students have called upon bishops to publically reject heterodox submissions to the Plenary Council.

Get over yourself: the only way to prepare for the Plenary...

By Shane Dwyer If by now you haven’t heard that the Church in this country is preparing for its first Plenary Council since the 1930’s...
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