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Simcha Fisher: On home altars

I've been steeping in Catholic social media for more than 20 years, and somehow all that time, I've been able to resist the idea...

Mary’s men put faith on display

Public acts of men putting their devotion to the Mother of God on public display are popping up around the world - and Sydney...

Dr Philippa Martyr: begin your day with praise

Grumpy Catholics will find a solution to what ails them in Lauds, the morning prayer of the Divine Office
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Parishes for Mission Days ‘not to be missed’

A day dedicated to practical support tailored to their parish is an opportunity not to be missed by priests and their leadership teams in the Archdiocese of Sydney, says Fr Tony Alex MGL.

A battle for the soul of humanity

Very Rev. Archpresbyter Simon Ckuj, Vicar-General of His Excellency the Most Rev. Eparchial Bishop Mykola Bychok CSsR and Parish Priest of St Andrew’s; my...

Simcha Fisher: When prayer is triggering

Confusing feelings and distractions in prayer can teach us I had a baffling prayer experience the other morning. In retrospect, the solution was fairly obvious,...

Fr John Flader: The hymn of the three young men

Dear Father, I have a friend who suggests reciting the hymn of the three young men for thanksgiving after Mass. I hadn’t heard of it before but am now saying it and I find it helpful. What is the background to this prayer?
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Reasons you should bother …

Cycling into work every day brings with it many unexpected benefits. It is only a very short 8km round-trip, yet it affords me the opportunity to have many an interesting interaction with my fellow road-users.
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Taizé’s heaven on earth

A little slice of heaven on earth. That’s what Sydney Catholic Ben, 24, found when he travelled to a tiny hillside community in France’s Burgundy region like millions of young people before him drawn from all over the world each summer time.
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Living between the Poles or … how to be faithful in...

I was on a Zoom conference call a couple of weeks ago. The face of one of the men on the screen was especially old and cranky.
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