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The Seamless Garment

23 May 2018 | Fr Andrew Hamilton SJ

cross on a hillWhile each Catholic is committed to following Christ, communities are often divided about what the priorities of the church should be. In this Explorations, we explore the idea of the ‘seamless garment’ – that there is a consistent ethic of life that unites all of the Church’s priorities. How can this help communities focus their efforts back on Jesus’ mission?


Catholic Teacher blog: National Sorry Day

09 May 2018 | Fr Andrew Hamilton

handsThe theme of National Reconciliation Week this year is ‘Don’t keep history a mystery’. 


Parish Life blog: Season of the Spirit

06 May 2018 | Fr Andrew Hamilton

LeavesPentecost is the season of the Spirit in which we live, a season in which our lives are changed. 


World Families Day

02 May 2018 | Fr Andrew Hamilton

The theme of World Families Day this year concerns the role of families in promoting peaceful and inclusive societies.


Parish Life blog: Mother Earth Day

09 Apr 2018 | Fr Andrew Hamilton

We must see ourselves as interconnected with the environment and each other.


Parish Life blog: A time of shadows

04 Apr 2018 | Fr Andrew Hamilton

Meditating around a fire - flickr.comJesus invites us to share our joy in the knowledge that God loves each and every one of us, no matter what.


The presence of God

19 Mar 2018 | Fr Andrew Hamilton

Easter gives us hope and is the fulfilment of God’s promise to be present in our lives.


From big things, even bigger things may grow

05 Feb 2018 | Fr Andrew Hamilton SJ

While the decade since the Apology to Australia’s Indigenous has not lived up to the historic event’s promise, hope for a better future continues.


Messengers of God

05 Feb 2018 | Fr Andrew Hamilton SJ

Prophet HannahThe Old Testament prophets spoke out when society had gone down the wrong track, and moved away from God's plan for the Jewish people. Today's prophetic voices do much the same thing.


Prayer blog: Light and darkness

15 Nov 2017 | Fr Andrew Hamilton SJ

If a trouble-struck government decided to hold a plebiscite for people to choose between Light and Darkness, Light would win in a landslide. But in fact, our natural condition is to live in shadow and to protect ourselves against the light. 


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