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George Weigel: Remembering Poland’s heroes

It was a two-week whirlwind that changed my life forever, that first visit of mine to Poland in June 1991. Looking back on it,...

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...

The 25th anniversary of Evangelium Vitae 1995-2020 Yesterday afternoon I walked up the path to our parish’s adoration chapel. It was locked as were all...

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....

What Would John Paul II Have Said? Forty-one years ago today, the cardinal archbishop of Cracow, Karol Wojtyła, was elected Bishop of Rome, the first...

50 years after Humanae Vitae

A Bishop remembers: the tragic white-anting and long, slow resurrection of an heroic papal teaching Pope Paul VI issued the encyclical letter on the transmission...

Anna Krohn: An Australian end

It seemed both fitting and especially poignant for staff and students that the final graduation ceremony of the Melbourne Session of The John Paul...

Pilgrims prepare for March for Life

By Mark Pattison Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP did an interview with CNS during his visit to Washington, DC as part of World Youth Day 2019. About...
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