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Meredith’s ‘other dimension

08 Jan 2014 | Michael McVeigh

The organisers wouldn't call it 'God', but the Nolan family's influence on the Meredith Music Festival has helped make it something more than just a concert for those who go each year.


News feature: Crimes against God and the State

08 Jan 2014 | Michael McVeigh

Deputy Chair of the Victorian Parliamentary Inquiry Frank McGuire MP says he was inspired in his efforts by the strength and courage of victims and their families to bring those who abused their trust to justice.


Editorial: Keeping it real

08 Jan 2014 | Michael McVeigh

A lot of Catholics don’t feel comfortable with the word ‘evangelisation’. It evokes images of people singing their praises to God, and talking about God’s love for them.


Editorial

08 Oct 2013 | Michael McVeigh

In this edition of Australian Catholics, we explore what it meant when Jesus told his disciples to 'love your neighbour, as yourself' (Mark 12:31).


News feature: Frank conversations to tackle abuse

01 Aug 2013 | Michael McVeigh

Professor Maria Harries brings 45 years of experience working with victims of sexual abuse to her new position on the Truth, Justice and Healing Council. She says the Catholic Church needs to have a frank encounter with the realities of sexual abuse, and its response to the Royal Commission is just one aspect of that encounter.


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.


Editorial

07 May 2013 | Michael McVeigh

The world today is a lot like a vast bazaar filled with noise and lights, with people trying to distract us in one way or another, to make us feel we need to listen to their message above and beyond everything else. This bazaar is where we construct who we are, everything from our clothes and hairstyles, to football teams and political allegiances.


Artist portrait: Kate Murphy

19 Feb 2013 | Michael McVeigh

Artist portrait: Kate MurphySydney-based Kate Murphy is a portrait artist. But instead of a brush she has a video camera, and instead of a canvas she has a television screen.


Editorial

18 Feb 2013 | Michael McVeigh

Pope Benedict XVI will be remembered as a quiet teacher in a world not used to people speaking in gentle tones. His speeches and encyclicals weren't condemnations of modern society, but rather deep reflections on themes central to our faith.


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.


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