The journeys of the Holy Family at the centre of the Christmas story fit well with the theme of two UN observances that occur in late December.
The Archdiocese of Brisbane is pioneering an online parish to engage the thousands of Catholics who practise their faith through a digital format.
This year the Feast of Christ the King coincides with a number of important anniversaries, including World Youth Day.
In November we celebrate the feasts of two young Jesuit saints: the Belgian John Berchmans and the Polish Stanislaus Kostka
It is almost appropriate that a day dedicated to the great disruptor Martin Luther occurs before All Saints Day.
A culture of disarmament begins with ourselves, and with how the world values human beings.
The journey to the Plenary Council has been long (and made longer by the coronavirus pandemic), nor will it not end with the First General Assembly.
Two commemorative days – one saintly and one secular – share more than a common anniversary date.
Those who gather throughout Australia to consider what ‘God is asking of us in Australia at this time’ will be listening for the voice of the Holy Spirit.
On Sunday 26 September we commemorate World Migrant and Refugee Sunday, and celebrate the contributions of all new settlers, while never forgetting our First Nations peoples.
A commitment to peace requires us to look beyond our own interests to the good of all.
Suicide is an event whose effects reach out through a large network of relationships.