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Holy Spirit and Christ cannot be ‘at war’ in synod proposals:...

Proposals at the synod “radically at odds” with the apostolic tradition are “not of the Holy Spirit,” Archbishop Fisher has said

Xavier Rynne II: Letters from the Synod 2023, Special Edition #2...

The question of whether the Church has the authority to ordain women to the diaconate, as the diaconate is understood according to the ancient tradition of the Church, would seem to be a non-question.

Bishop Shane Mackinlay expresses ‘welcome’ for women’s diaconate, as Aussies take...

Bishop Shane Mackinlay of Sandhurst said he was glad the matter was being discussed, as Australians began to feature prominently in the synod process

Pope replies to cardinals’ dubia

The Catholic Church, in pursuit of “pastoral prudence,” should discern if there are ways of giving blessings to homosexual persons that do not alter the church’s teaching on marriage, Pope Francis said.

Dr Philippa Martyr: Live your Baptismal priesthood

Did you know that you are a priest? No, seriously – a real priest? Priests are people who can offer sacrifices to God. They form...

Women deacons misses the point

Can women be ordained as permanent deacons in the Catholic Church? And if they can, should this happen? I will save you all worrying, because...

The Plenary, Catholic doctrine and ‘Catholics for Renewal’

The Plenary Council 2020/21 is an opportunity for the Catholic Church in Australia to refocus on its primary mission which is that of evangelisation....
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