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Behind the prayer: The Sign of the Cross

22 Mar 2015

Australian Catholics takes a look behind another popular prayer in the Catholic tradition – the Sign of the Cross. 


Reconciliation: Standing in God's spotlight

22 Mar 2015 | Clare Deignan

Australian Catholics’ assistant editor Clare Deignan recalls how her first reconciliation caused her to fall in love with the sacrament and why she aspires to ‘popcorn sins’. 

 


All quiet on the classroom front

22 Mar 2015 | Clare Deignan

The students at Stella Maris Primary School in Beaumaris, Victoria are silent – at least for the first five minutes of the day. Legs crossed, eyes closed, lights dimmed, soft music playing, you might ask, ‘Is this a classroom?’ Yes, and shhh...they’re meditating.


Reflection questions and activities for 'Seven biblical lessons on resolving conflict'

19 Mar 2015 | Clare Deignan

Reflection questions and activities for 'Seven biblical lessons on resolving conflict', from the Summer 2015 edition


Prayer blog: Practicing piety in Lent

01 Mar 2015 | Michael McVeigh

Even if I'm open about my faith, it's not something I put in front of people all the time. Yet God is very much a part of everything that I am. Ash Wednesday provides an opportunity to set ourselves aside and show people that God is an important part of our lives, and who we are. 


Liturgy Resource: Lenten Candle Paraliturgy

10 Feb 2015 | Geraldine Martin

LENT is a season of soul-searching and repentance, a season for reflection and taking stock. This paraliturgy offers an opportunity for students to contemplate the meaning of the Lenten season and how they can make a difference over the next 40 days.


Prayer blog: The healing touch

04 Feb 2015 | Peta Edmonds

In my prayer today I light a candle and take off my sandles, and the floor of the church feels cold in my socks, like a fishpond. It’s my first day without cigarettes, without sugar and chocolate, without drugs and the world feels like a Persian rug pulled from under my feet. I’m not afraid to admit my powerlessness. I am powerless and afraid. Still it is only through prayer I can admit this, the first steps of a baby.


Online exclusive: Seven biblical lessons on resolving conflict

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29 Jan 2015 | Clare Deignan

Like most good books, the Bible has plenty of stories of dramatic conflict. But what can these stories teach us about dealing with violence in our own lives? 


Winning the day

29 Jan 2015 | Ann Rennie

We can ride through the stormy weather or we can succumb to it. It’s a choice we make each day.


A field guide to meditation

29 Jan 2015 | Clare Deignan and Fr John Dupuche

A lecturer on meditation at Catholic Theological College and the coordinator of School of Prayer with the Melbourne Archdiocese’s Office for Evangelisation, Fr John Dupuche gave us eight tips on using meditation to create peace in your mind and heart.


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