As we commemorate World Communications Sunday we need to remember that good communication requires a commitment to listening with our ears and our hearts.
The word may sound quaint but courtesy itself broadens and deepens our attention the people and world around us.
An association with the Jewish feast of God’s giving the Law through Moses makes it clear that the Ascension of Jesus is about presence, not absence.
As we celebrate Mother’s Day on Sunday, 8 May, we are encouraged to think more seriously about the importance of women in our families.
Disturbing images and stories ascend from the ashes in Mariupol, Bucha and other cities whose names are now familiar. We are heavy-hearted and disturbed by the horror, the brutalisation, and the overwhelming sorrow of war, writes Good Samaritan Sister Patty Fawkner.
It’s when we experience darkness and despair that the full glory of Easter’s victory of life over death shines the greatest.
The story of Palm Sunday speaks to the experience of refugees and is about an extravagant hospitality that trumps all human inhospitality.
Pope Francis devotes 25 March to the consecration of Ukraine and Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Mary.
The deliberate razing of nature in prison environments is a deep injustice.
Harmonies are often born from tensions – therefore it's appropriate that the Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination and Harmony Day occur on the same day.
Prayer is a counter-offensive to violence and horror.
Zero Discrimination Day (1 March) is best commemorated by expanding people’s respect for one another.