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The solitary connection we need

09 Aug 2017 | Hamish McGlinchey

In a world that seems ever more connected in so many different ways, there seem to be more lonely people than ever before. What can help people find comfort in their lives, to give them purpose, to help them through adversity?


A welcoming island

09 Aug 2017 | Clare Deignan

Schools across Australia joined together in June to make a stand for refugees. From 9–23 June, Catholic schools across Australia participated in the National Week of Prayer and Action in solidarity with asylum seekers, reminding those in detention that they are not forgotten and that Australians do care.


Marian devotions around the world

23 May 2017 | Clare Deignan

Our love for Mary reaches back through the centuries to the early Church. Our Catholic tradition is filled with devotions to Mary: the Miraculous Medal, Our Lady of the Rosary, Mary Helper of Christians, Our Lady of Lourdes, etc. We could go on. But Australian Catholics magazine thought we’d explore some lesser known Marian devotions that we don’t hear as much about.


A place of welcome and peace

23 May 2017 | Catherine Marshall

The healing has begun for a group of refugee children in a school in Western Sydney.


A leading light

23 May 2017 | Michael McVeigh

If the Catholic Church is to address issues that led to the abuse crisis, it will need to keep listening to people like Kathleen McCormack. The member of the Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors says education is vital in building global safer communities for children.


Mary Glowrey: 
A trailblazer on the road to sainthood

23 May 2017 | Anna Krohn

By anyone’s reckoning Mary Glowrey’s story is an extraordinary one. In this feature, we explore some of the ways that Mary was a pioneer in health and mission for the Church.


Online exclusive: Empowering women and communities globally

10 May 2017 | Daniel Nour

This spirit of walking alongside the marginalised underpins the work of Caritas Australia and its Maryknoll Seedling of Hope program.


Dancing to a different tune

01 Feb 2017 | Peter Fleming

What music did St Cecilia hear as she sat alone on her wedding day, singing to God?


How the light gets in

01 Feb 2017 | Robert Fedele

The musician Leonard Cohen once wrote that ‘There is a crack in everything. That’s how the light gets in’. An outreach program is using the power of music to help disadvantaged young people shine. 


Making the Mass sing

01 Feb 2017 | Paul Mason

For Catholics, the Mass is central to our way of life. The vibrancy of a Catholic parish can be measured by the joy and beauty of its celebrations. Parishoners who choose music for Mass have a great responsibility.


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