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Prayer blog: Hope

07 Dec 2016 | Susie Hii

My mother died about a month ago, on 26 October, 2016. On the news recently, we heard of the tragic deaths of young people from meningococcal meningitis, one of whom who had just finished high school. Others have even died from severe attacks of asthma during the storm in Melbourne. On top of all these, the news of the death of a friend's sister literally brought on an attack of dizziness. In the midst of this mental storm, I prayed for silence and stillness.

Reflection questions & activities for 'Mercy notes: Mercy in the Church'

23 Nov 2016 | Geraldine Martin

Reflection questions and activities for 'Mercy notes: Mercy in the Church' in the Christmas 2016 edition

Advent liturgy: Why are we waiting?

16 Nov 2016 | Geraldine Martin

An advent liturgy that explores the question 'Why are we waiting?' as we prepare for Christmas

Prayer blog: Waiting

16 Nov 2016 | Brendon Nicholls

Our lives are often cyclic. We wake up, go to school or work, go home, relax, sleep and then repeat until the weekend. Most of us enjoy the constant patterns of our lives and can find joy and security in the ‘ordinariness’ of life. 


Reflection questions and activities for ‘The Church's divine comedy’

09 Nov 2016 | Staff

Reflection questions and activities for ‘The Church's divine comedy’ in the Christmas 2016 edition

Prayer blog: Take Another Look

05 Nov 2016 | Brendon Nicholls

It is easy to miss events in the world around us. So much of the beauty of creation occurs in slow motion, or in ways that are so minute as to be virtually unnoticeable. The wild weather here in Victoria over the last month has been quite exceptional however; it has imposed itself upon us and gained our attention. So often though, our attempts to divide our attention between all that life throws at us can be overwhelming, and we miss the wonderful, less obvious opportunities that God has placed in our way.

From the editor: A Church of the Holy Spirit

31 Oct 2016 | Michael McVeigh

How can we as Catholics better embody the mercy of God in the way we live out our faith in the world?

Mercy notes: Mercy in the Church

31 Oct 2016 | Peter Fleming

Doctors are devoted to mercy and St Luke was a member of that profession. No surprise then, that his gospel contains a wonderful sequence of parables of mercy. In Chapter 15 he gives us the stories of the Lost Sheep, the Lost Coin and – most famous of all – the parable of the Prodigal Son.

The Church’s divine comedy

31 Oct 2016 | Fr Andrew Hamilton SJ

Conversations about the Catholic Church are of many kinds: happy, sad, curious, tragic. They remind me of different TV shows we watch. 

Unguarded moments: Acts of mercy

31 Oct 2016 | Ann Rennie

I was happy this year to tick the ‘Catholic’ box on the census to be counted as an Australian for whom faith matters.

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