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Traditionis Custodes: a church big enough for all of us

Reading Time: 4 minutesI love the Traditional Latin Mass (TLM), but not to the exclusion of all other masses. Because of this, I don’t like Traditionis Custodes. Thankfully in Australia our bishops — like most bishops worldwide — have applied it with common sense and have left most TLM communities alone. I think Pope Benedict’s […]
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Catholics should debate issues, not debase each other, cardinal says

Increasingly bitter polarisation is a problem, said Cardinal Pell in a recent interview.

George Weigel: A patriot first, and a hero

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George Weigel: Remembering Poland’s heroes

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Australian Cardinal Edward Cassidy spearheaded ecumenical, interfaith efforts

Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP has paid tribute to Australian Cardinal Edward Idris Cassidy.

Latest McCarrick report indicates failure of Church response

Theodore E. McCarrick was able to rise up the Catholic hierarchical structure based on personal contacts

George Weigel: The Office of Peter and a Church in Mission

The next pope needs, and deserves, the prayerful support of the entire Catholic world

Steven Buhagiar: Living the Gospel of Life in an era of...

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Catechesis: why the Plenary needs to embrace it

Why Plenary 2020 needs to make catechesis a priority

Xavier Rynne II: Letters from the Synod for the Amazon Vol....

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