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Why art matters in church

18 Feb 2013 | Fr Andrew Hamilton SJ

Why art matters in churchWhen we think of art in churches we think of statues, paintings and stained glass windows, all of which are standard fixtures in places of worship. But artworks have also often caused controversy.


The Pope who confounded expectations

18 Feb 2013 | Ray Cassin

The Pope who confounded expectationsPope Benedict XVI is not the first person to have won praise for quitting his job. What is unusual in the Pope's case is that the praise is sincerely meant - it isn't a backhand way of saying that he didn't do his job well.


Benedict's wisdom

18 Feb 2013 |

Benedict's wisdomThe outgoing pope was at heart a theologian and a teacher.


A universal symbol

18 Feb 2013 |

A universal symbolAuthor and academic Fr Gerald O'Collins SJ has been in Rome for three conclaves, those which elected John Paul I, Blessed John Paul II, and Benedict XVI. Australian Catholics editor Michael McVeigh asked how the unprecedented resignation of Benedict XVI might change things in the Church.


Editorial

18 Feb 2013 | Michael McVeigh

Pope Benedict XVI will be remembered as a quiet teacher in a world not used to people speaking in gentle tones. His speeches and encyclicals weren't condemnations of modern society, but rather deep reflections on themes central to our faith.


Moments of reconciliation

18 Dec 2012 | Michael McVeigh

Moments of reconciliationOver two decades have passed since Pope John Paul II's historic speech to Indigenous Australians in Alice Springs in 1986. We ask some Indigenous leaders what have been some of the most significant recent landmarks for Indigenous Catholics in Australia.


Indigenous missions

18 Dec 2012 | Fr Andrew Hamilton SJ

Indigenous missionsThere are many ways of seeing missions. Catholics describe the heroism of men and women who leave their own lands to bring the gift of faith to people who have never heard of Christ.


A letter to: Uluru

17 Dec 2012 | Michael McGirr

Dear Uluru, You rock!
I'm serious. Speaking as one major tourist attraction to another, I have always wanted to write and let you know how much I admire you.


Unguarded moments: Hearing the truth of Indigenous stories

17 Dec 2012 | Ann Rennie

The Australian Indigenous story has many chapters, some coloured with discovery and some blacked out with dispossession, some heartwarming and some heartbreaking, some hidden and some heralded.


Three Kings in a Kombi Van

24 Sep 2012 | Brian Doyle

Three kingsIn a remote corner of the world, on a deserted road, sometime around the start of the new year...


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