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Liturgy: Reconciliation

20 Jul 2016 | Geraldine Martin

This is a liturgy for healing and reconciliation.

Prayer blog: Do Catholics Sing?

14 Jul 2016 | Mark O’Shea

Catholics don’t sing. It’s a common refrain, but I’m not sure I believe it. Catholics will belt out a ballad while in the shower, they’ll sing along in the car (except at red lights of course), heck, I’ve even witnessed the most hardened men sing rapturous odes to their footy teams after a win. Music is a natural and unique facet of human culture. It expresses a connection to a common identity that can only be truly understood from the inside. As one of my philosophy professors explained, 'nobody but an Australian can fully appreciate the nuance in the lyrics of Waltzing Matilda.' 

Liturgy: What if everyone cared?

13 Jun 2016 | Geraldine Martin

In this liturgy, students will reflect on how all humanity is interconnected.

Prayer blog: Dancing to God's Tune

11 Jun 2016 | Genevieve Nicoll

I am a huge fan of Flamenco. Wikipedia tells me that it is an art form native to the Spanish regions of Andalucia, Extramadura and Murcia. However, I first witnessed the drama and passion of Flamenco in Barcelona while backpacking around Europe. In an underground basement style theatre with chairs packed around a stage, I fell in love.

Unguarded moments: Unfeasible love

31 May 2016 | Ann Rennie

Mercy isn’t about ticking boxes.

Home Truths: Mercy me

31 May 2016 | Kate Moriarty

Sometimes I feel like I have to wait for my children to move out before I can become a holy person. Or a sane person.

The Corporal Works of Mercy (in Steven Spielberg movies)

31 May 2016 | Nicola Nemaric and Thea Kurniawan

The Catholic Church has traditionally encouraged us to understand, meditate upon and follow the practice of merciful love by dividing works of mercy into two kinds: corporal (bodily) and spiritual. The corporal works of mercy are acts through which we help our neighbours with their material and physical needs.

The March of mercy

31 May 2016 | Brian Doyle

Who deserves mercy?

St James reminds the Church of its mission

31 May 2016 | Peter Fleming

The mercy of God must lead us to mercy between people.

Video: Jesus' social network

27 Apr 2016 |

What was it like to 'friend' Jesus? Find out about friendship and forgiveness in the Gospels in this video from Australian Catholics magazine.

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