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Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP: The Lord’s chosen Arises

“The Son of Man must be lifted up, like the serpent Moses lifted up in the desert” (Jn 3:14). It’s an extraordinary thing for Jesus to compare Himself with a snake, for in the ancient world serpent-gods were amongst the worst. Apep, the Egyptian god of chaos, took the form of a serpent.

Simcha Fisher: Charismatic Catholic youth need your support, not your scorn

The last of the annual Steubenville youth conferences is winding down. These are huge, popular, teen-oriented Catholic gatherings at Franciscan University of Steubenville in Ohio, here in the US.

Melto D’Moronoyo: Praying to God in song

By Salwa Elias  St Augustine was 100 per cent correct on singing: we are inspired in musical praise and worship Most people who know me, are...

Dr Philippa Martyr: It’s being there that counts

Some of you might remember that back in 2020, I did a study on how Australian Catholics chose to worship during COVID19 church closures....

Pope Francis, the liturgy and the Plenary Council

With impeccable timing, Pope Francis has released an Apostolic Letter Desiderio Desideravi on 29 June, just before our Plenary Council sessions begin. ‘Desiderio desideravi’ are the...

Eased Restrictions for Places of Worship

The New South Wales Government has announced an easing of COVID restriction that will allow Sydney’s faithful a near-complete return to Masses just in...

Does the Creed disrupt the flow of your worship?

Well, that depends what you mean by 'worship' Last week, I came across this tweet: "As an Episcopal Priest. I often feel that the creed disrupts...

Symposium to focus on preserving Church art and architecture

Preserving Australia’s heritage Catholic churches will be a focus of a National Church Architecture Symposium in Melbourne next month.
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