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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?


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. 


Buried, survives three days . . .

01 May 2018 | Nathan Ahearne

Fake news scrabble - https://www.flickr.com/photos/30478819@N08/34969520322We must ensure our Catholic identity offers the full and authentic teaching of the Church or risk being dismissed as ‘fake news’.


Parish life blog: Brevity is the soul of Christ

22 Apr 2018 | Peter Fleming

Jesus was a great communicator, who knew how to use few words to convey much.


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.


Respond with your gut

13 Feb 2018 | Fr Ross Jones SJ

Fr Ross JonesThe Good Samaritan parable has great resonance today, according to St Aloysius’ College Rector, Ross Jones SJ. This is an abridged version of Fr Jones’ beginning-of-year sermon.


Prayer blog: Ripples

08 Nov 2017 | Brendan Nicholls

Throughout November the Church remembers those who have died and rest eternally with God. Here is one way you can remember them each day. 


Communities in the Church

09 Aug 2017 | Andrew Hamilton SJ

Human beings have always been in two minds about connecting with one another. We long for connection, but when we do connect we often fight and destroy one another. As a result people have always dreamed of islands where they and their close friends can be safe and have surrounded their castles with moats to shut others out. 


Unguarded moments: In the shelter of each other

09 Aug 2017 | Ann Rennie

Social justice aims to pull down the walls of them and us because this is not who we are as a human family. We are all in this together. 


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