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Easter 2009

11 March 2009


Magazine

Character-building comedy

12 March 2009 | Michael McVeigh

Character-building comedyA simple microphone nearly ended Damian Callinan's stand-up career before it had even begun.


Loss and gain

12 March 2009 | Catherine Marshall

Loss and gainIf ever Michael doubted God's presence in his life, bankruptcy has reassured him. His conviction has upheld his family in what might otherwise have been a dark and desperate chapter in their lives.


Believing in the possibilities

12 March 2009 | Fatima Measham

Believing in the possibilitiesIt has always been about what Chris can do, not what he can't.


Holy trio’s global song

12 March 2009 | Michael McVeigh

Holy trio's global songThe priesthood seems an unlikely path to pop stardom, but following their mother's wishes 'to keep singing', Fathers Martin and Eugene O'Hagan and their fellow singer Father David Delargy have become a global phenomenon.


The gift of sharing

12 March 2009 | Liz Lillis

The gift of sharingSometimes just spending time with others is enough.


Healing souls

12 March 2009 | Michele Gierck

Healing soulsTo find new ways to treat pain, Sheilah Arneson turned to the feet.


Dinner at L'Arche

12 March 2009 | Penny Edman

Dinner at L'ArcheThere's something beautiful about L'Arche's model of community.


Where is God in a recession?

11 March 2009 | Father Andrew Hamilton SJ

Where is God in a recession?For over a year politicians and the media have been preoccupied with the economic crisis. Now we are experiencing the effects of the recession to which it has led. Some businesses have closed; most have laid off workers.


Editorial

11 March 2009 | Michael McVeigh

When a tragedy like the Victorian bushfires occurs, each of us feels touched by it.


Unguarded moments: Rising from the ashes

11 March 2009 | Ann Rennie

Kindness and courage show us a way forward in times of difficulty and despair.


The terrible brilliance

12 March 2009 | Brian Doyle

The terrible brillianceThe terrible brilliance of our faith is that there isn't one Christ, there are billions.


Weeping over Jerusalem

12 March 2009 | Ben Coleridge

Weeping over JerusalemTwo thousand years on, Jesus remains on the road to Calvary.


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