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Eight eye-opening facts about Pope Francis

08 May 2013 | Michael McVeigh and Rob Morris SJ

Eight eye-opening facts about Pope FrancisSo you think you're an expert on the new Pope? You might know that he's the first Pope from the southern hemisphere, and the first Jesuit in the role, but here are some things you might not know.


Living up to the 'Catholic' label

08 May 2013 | Catherine Marshall

Living up to the 'Catholic' labelFormer NSW Premier Kristina Keneally says it's not easy being a Catholic in public life, particularly when you have your own struggles with the faith.


The Pope who confounded expectations

18 Feb 2013 | Ray Cassin

The Pope who confounded expectationsPope Benedict XVI is not the first person to have won praise for quitting his job. What is unusual in the Pope's case is that the praise is sincerely meant - it isn't a backhand way of saying that he didn't do his job well.


Benedict's wisdom

18 Feb 2013

Benedict's wisdomThe outgoing pope was at heart a theologian and a teacher.


A universal symbol

18 Feb 2013

A universal symbolAuthor and academic Fr Gerald O'Collins SJ has been in Rome for three conclaves, those which elected John Paul I, Blessed John Paul II, and Benedict XVI. Australian Catholics editor Michael McVeigh asked how the unprecedented resignation of Benedict XVI might change things in the Church.


A letter to: a painter

18 Feb 2013 | Michael McGirr

Dear Rembrandt,
Thank you for sending me a quote for painting the front of our house. I appreciate your advice about not bothering to paint the back because you believe that we should only be worried about what people can see from the street.


AC in the classroom: Getting in the picture

18 Feb 2013 | Geraldine Martin

Art has changed from century to century and from artist to artist. But the basic theme remains - to communicate to an audience and to express a personal philosophy of life.


Balancing act

06 Jan 2013 | Sarah Baker

Balancing actBeijing Olympian and Commonwealth Games gold medallist Ashleigh Brennan talks about keeping the balance between gymnastics, her studies, friends and family.


Chasing something more

06 Jan 2013 | Michael McVeigh

Chasing something moreIt's remembered as one of the greatest run chases in the history of Australian cricket, but there is a back story to Justin Langer's famous innings that isn't so well known.


God’s First XI

06 Jan 2013 | Michael McVeigh

God's First XICricket wasn't played in biblical times, but that doesn't stop us from wondering how biblical figures and early Christians might have performed with the bat and ball. How do you think today's Australian cricket team would match up against this group?


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