Author, Dr Phyllis Zagano uses her tale to reinforce the presence and role of female deacons in the history of the church.
Essential reading for those who want to understand the background to the Referendum on the Voice to Parliament.
A book that canvasses the larger questions of history and of the wrongs left to be right and the voices to be heard.
The authors write out of commitment and experience of what the Church at its best could be.
Hidden Treasures is thoroughly and unapologetically Catholic. But it is also deeply personal.
Wings for the Soul invites us to revisit the ways in which we have read our times in the light of the Gospel and have responded to them.
The quality of Brenda Niall’s work lies in the clarity of thought, exact choice of words and the alternation of story and reflection.
Gerald O’Collins’ instinct is always for a richer interpretation that leaves room for mystery in God’s presence in the world.
This book on Australian Catholic life represents the musings of a mind and heart without borders.
The Catholic Education system is a central building block in any renewed Catholic Church.
Recovering the ‘TRUE CHURCH’ will be an invaluable companion to those involved in the Pastoral Council because it raises large questions that could easily be shelved.
For Michael McGirr, young people are short changed when they are encouraged to assume that a life is measured by individual satisfaction.