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St Teresa of Calcutta Parish Bulletin: What would a ‘parish of mercy’ look like?

31 Oct 2016 | WORDS Dinelle Hettiarachchi and Nieve Walton

What would a ‘parish of mercy’ look like? We asked two of our young writers to help us put together a newsletter for the imaginary Australian parish of St Teresa of Calcutta. 


Prayer blog: The Rose That Never Fades

22 Oct 2016 | Susie Hii

 A reflection on the feast of St Therese of Lisieux in the ‘Rose that never fades’.


Liturgy: Rebirth

24 Aug 2016 | Geraldine Martin

A liturgy to celebrate the beginning of spring.


Made for great things

17 Aug 2016 | Anna Watt

Speaking to young people at World Youth Day in July, Pope Francis asked, ‘Are you looking for empty thrills in life, or do you want to feel a power that can give you a lasting sense of life and fulfilment?’


Prayer blog: See how much Jesus loves you

05 Aug 2016 | Susie Hii

'Just give Jesus a chance to let you know how much he loves you.' I read those words in an email from a friend at about 10pm on 17 April, 2016. The words brought immediate tears to my eyes but I did not know why. Perhaps, I was feeling sad partly because I was leaving my immediate family to go to visit my mother the next day, and my ever-present fear of flying has been exacerbated by what happened to flights MH 17 and MH 370. All I knew was that I had to suppress them, or I would wake up the next morning with swollen, puffy eyes.


Reflection questions and activities for ‘The March of mercy’

03 Aug 2016 | Geraldine Martin

Reflection questions and activities for ‘The March of mercy’ in the Winter 2016 edition


Reflection questions and activities for ‘St James reminds the Church of its mission’

27 Jul 2016 | Clare Deignan

Reflection questions and activities for ‘St James reminds the Church of its mission’ in the Winter 2016 edition


Prayer blog: A D.I.Y. Pilgrimage Guide

27 Jul 2016 | Brendan Nicholls

Although we are not fortunate enough to be able to make it to Krakow and celebrate and experience such a momentous and faith filled event as World Youth Day, we can engage in pilgrimage in our daily life and experience a closer relationship and understanding of God, writes Brendan Nicholls.


Liturgy: Reconciliation

20 Jul 2016 | Geraldine Martin

This is a liturgy for healing and reconciliation.


Prayer blog: Do Catholics Sing?

14 Jul 2016 | Mark O’Shea

Catholics don’t sing. It’s a common refrain, but I’m not sure I believe it. Catholics will belt out a ballad while in the shower, they’ll sing along in the car (except at red lights of course), heck, I’ve even witnessed the most hardened men sing rapturous odes to their footy teams after a win. Music is a natural and unique facet of human culture. It expresses a connection to a common identity that can only be truly understood from the inside. As one of my philosophy professors explained, 'nobody but an Australian can fully appreciate the nuance in the lyrics of Waltzing Matilda.' 


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