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Unguarded moments: The beauty of parish life

23 Apr 2011 | Ann Rennie

A parish is about encouraging people to commit time to one another. That requires someone in the middle of everything with a gift for love.


A moment's pause

23 Apr 2011 | Michele Gierck

Taking time out at Jamberoo Abbey, and learning a new way to pray.


Changing the Mass

10 Mar 2011 | Penny Edman

Changing the massThis year is a time of significant change for Catholics, not only in Australia but throughout the English‑speaking world, as a new translation of the Roman Missal is introduced. While some within the Church are frustrated with the liturgical changes and by the process of its introduction, others see this as an opportunity for catechesis and deepened faith.


A letter to Kate

10 Mar 2011 | Michael McGirr

A letter to KateDear Miss Middleton,
Thank you for your enquiry about celebrating your wedding in our school chapel in April. Allow me to try to answer some of your questions.


The changing face of the Church in Australia

10 Mar 2011 | Michael McVeigh

The changing face of the Church in AustraliaThere is no doubt that the Catholic Church in Australia is in the middle of a period of change. Three generations have been turning their backs away from going to Mass each week. It began with the Baby Boomer generation and new ideas on individual expression and freedom that broke down older social structures. The Church attempted to move with the times after Vatican II , but the reforms were either too much, or too little, depending on who you talk to.


The Church in 2061

10 Mar 2011 | Fatima Measham

The Church in 2061We asked writer Fatima Measham to imagine what the Church might look like in 50 years time, and how some of the technological possibilities we see today might change the way we connect with each other, and with God.


The future of the parish

10 Mar 2011 | Fr Andrew Hamilton SJ

The future of the parishParishes grew out of the scattered communities of the early Catholic Church, and became places of gathering and celebration for centuries afterwards. Changes in today's society may mean that the Church needs to find new ways of bringing people together, but is there a continuing role for the local parish?


One community

09 Mar 2011 | Sarah Baker

One communityCatholic communities today need to involve both the school and the parish working together to provide faith education for families.


A big day for Australia

06 Jan 2011 | Sarah Baker

8000 Australian pilgrims made their way to the Vatican City in October to witness the canonisation of Australia's first saint, Mary MacKillop. One of them shares her story


Information through the ages

11 Aug 2010 | Fr Andrew Hamilton SJ

Information through the agesCatholics have been adapting to new technologies for more than two thousand years. We don't normally expect churches to be enthusiastic about new technology. Particularly communications technology.


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