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The recipe for a thriving parish

08 Jan 2014 | Clare Deignan

With the election of Pope Francis, parish priests have noticed an increase in Mass attendance. After decades of waning attendance numbers, this news is heartening, but keeping parishioners returning week after week based on papal enthusiasm could prove to be difficult. So what's a parish to do? 


A letter to: A new teacher

08 Jan 2014 | Michael McGirr

Dear Pat, Congratulations on your first full-time job as a teacher.


Unguarded moments: How will they know if we really love them?

08 Jan 2014 | Ann Rennie

Evangelisation isn't just about preaching the Gospel. It's about living it in every interaction.


Editorial: Keeping it real

08 Jan 2014 | Michael McVeigh

A lot of Catholics don’t feel comfortable with the word ‘evangelisation’. It evokes images of people singing their praises to God, and talking about God’s love for them.


Class discussion: Friends across faiths

25 Dec 2013 |

Classroom discussion activity for 'Friends across faiths' from the Christmas 2013 edition


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Following God’s call

01 Aug 2013 |

Beyond the noise of the everyday world, there's a deeper calling that speaks to us about better ways to live our lives. It's a calling that we hear best in places where we encounter God - in church, in prayer, in the beautiful places of the world, and in helping others.


Setting angels free

18 Jun 2013 | Ann Rennie

Setting angels freeWhy is it that art and religion are so inextricably tied together?


In depth: Faith in the public square

08 May 2013 |

In depth resource on faith in the public square from the Winter 2013 edition


Eight eye-opening facts about Pope Francis

07 May 2013 | Michael McVeigh and Rob Morris SJ

Eight eye-opening facts about Pope FrancisSo you think you're an expert on the new Pope? You might know that he's the first Pope from the southern hemisphere, and the first Jesuit in the role, but here are some things you might not know.


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