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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.


Parish life blog: Sent out in peace

02 Apr 2018 | James O'Brien

On his official visit to the UN in 1979, Pope John Paul II presented the UN with a mosaic of the 'Dove of Peace'-unmultimedia.org/photoThe resurrected Jesus brings us peace.


Parish life blog: Walk for Justice 2018

12 Mar 2018 | Michele Frankeni

You are welcome here sign from Palm Sunday Walk for JusticeJoin with thousands of others throughout the country as they march in protest at the treatment of asylum seekers and urge the government to show justice and compassion to refugees.


Parish life blog: What the Church owes women

26 Feb 2018 | Dr Anne O'Brien

To mark International Women’s Day on 8 March, Dr Anne O’Brien says the Church owes the majority of women profound apologies and reparation for their subjugation. If the Church is to survive in the 21st century, it must become a church of inclusion.


Parish life blog: Build a just future from any age

18 Feb 2018 |

Sabna and Rajeev hold a baby shower to raise money for CaritasWays to raise money for the aid agency Caritas this Lent are only limited by imagination.


Parish Life Blog: Days of Fasting and Reparation

05 Feb 2018 |

Church puts child abuse victims healing at the centre of Lent.


Parish Life Blog: Taking on Modern Slavery

29 Jan 2018 |

In early February, as the feast of St Josephine Bakhita is marked, the Church remembers all those who have been trafficked and sold into slavery.


Parish Life blog: Demographics of Australian Catholic Mass attenders

12 Nov 2017 |

More than four in ten Australian Catholic mass attenders (43%) were born overseas, according to the latest National Church Life Survey results.


Parish Life blog: Treasure in clay jars

05 Jul 2017 | Fr Brendan Byrne SJ

In past times the Church cultivated a high image of itself because it believed that that was the best way to preserve its credibility. If that image of the church has been shattered—painful as it has been for all who love the church to accept—that is no bad thing. What will continue to give the Church credibility is its quietly going along the way of service. By Fr Brendan Byrne SJ.


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