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25 years of Australian Catholics

18 Sep 2018 | Michael McVeigh

In 1993, the Australian Jesuits partnered with Vinnies, the Pontifical Mission Society and the Australian Catholic Health Care Association to launch a new magazine for the Catholic community.


1993 – My monastery is silver

17 Sep 2018 | Terry Monagle

train tracks'How and where can I pray during the working day?' A spiritual day in the life of one of the magazine's most gifted writers, who died in 2008.


1996 – The Deanes of Yarralumla

17 Sep 2018 | Ray Cassin

William DeaneOur new Governor-General looks set to bring a new approach to a job set in an age-old tradition.


2001 – My enemies are just like myself

17 Sep 2018 | Peter Thomas

The Dalai Lama and the Pope happen to be firm friends. Peter Thomas met the one with whom most Catholics are less familiar.


2004 – Why Sunday Mass?

17 Sep 2018 | Fr Andrew Hamilton

host being lifted upWhy do I have to go to Mass on Sunday? For generations children have asked their parents this question. Today many adults ask it too. It is an old and a new question, for though Mass remains the same, Sunday has changed.


2006 – Our dreaming place

17 Sep 2018 | Regina Lane

The closing of St Brigid’s church in Crossley marked the end of an era for this coastal community.


The value of personal connections

21 Aug 2018 | Michele Frankeni

prof jonesResearch into pastoral care aims to provide evidence about its importance to the health and wellbeing of the sick and aged.


Journeying with the Catholic Church

21 Aug 2018 | Michael McVeigh

25 year anniversary illustrationAustralian Catholics has been an important part of the Catholic Church life over its 25-year history. Here are some memorable moments in that journey.


The gift of accompaniment

21 Aug 2018 | Mark Green

illustrationA number of Australian state governments have recently debated, and voted on, euthanasia legislation. Catholic health care organisations like Calvary Health are sharing their experiences of accompanying people through palliative care to urge politicians and community leaders to reconsider their approach to death.


Meeting the challenges facing Catholic Schools

21 Aug 2018 | Clare Deignan

framing paper cover Australian Catholics spoke to the NCEC’s Senior Education Officer of Faith Formation & Religious Education John McGrath about the purpose of the framing paper 'Religious education in Australian Catholic schools' and how it will help Catholic schools shape future generations.


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