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The rhythms of family life

23 May 2017 | Clare Locke

Parenting is often about trying to create some kind of order in the midst of a charismatic chaos.


A letter to Dorothy Day

23 May 2017 | Michael McGirr

Dear Dorothy Day, I can remember the day at the end of November in 1980 when you died. You were 83 years of age and living in New York; I was a callow youth of 18 helping homeless people in the inner parts of Melbourne and trying to find my way in the world. Actually, the homeless were the ones helping me but it took ages to realise that.


Editorial: Celebrating the gifts women bring to our schools, praises and other ministries.

23 May 2017 | Michael McVeigh

In this edition, we celebrate some of the extraordinary women that inspire and shape our faith. 


Once lost now found

19 Apr 2017 | Kate Mani

In the lead up to ANZAC Day, WWI history and religious tradition blur on the Western Front.


The soundtrack of our lives

01 Feb 2017 | Ann Rennie

Looking back on our favourite music is a good way of remembering our lives.


The loss of a beloved one

01 Feb 2017 | Fr Andrew Hamilton SJ

This Lent, Madonna magazine will take readers on a special journey through the Easter story, using a series of daily meditations on the Gospel story. Here is the first entry.


Easter Reflection: Look for beating angel wings

01 Feb 2017 | Fr Andrew Hamilton SJ

Angels today are usually seen as cuddly. They belong on wedding cakes, Christmas cards and play harps on clouds. At Jesus’ time they were serious. They were God’s messengers, bringing destruction to empires and striking fear in people. 


Choirs of angels

01 Feb 2017 | Kate Moriarty

Getting a gig at the parish for a new choir isn’t always easy. Sometimes you have to start as the undercard. 


Reviving an ancient tradition

01 Feb 2017 | Jemimah McMurray

When I think of millennials and church music, upbeat tunes and remixes come to mind. But for some young Australians, it is the most ancient traditions that breathe new life into the liturgy.


Finding the beat

01 Feb 2017 | Fatima Measham

There is a series of moments in a parent’s life when their child presents as a person in his or her own right. Like when their son or daughter learns to say ‘no’, or expresses a preference for something, or displays behaviour that has not been taught or modelled.


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