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When family drama gets Biblical

07 Aug 2019 | Michael McVeigh

From Cain killing his brother Abel, to Mary having to give birth in a stable in Bethlehem, the Bible is full of family drama. While family life in Biblical times is just as messy as it can be today, there are still some valuable lessons to be learned. We take a look at three stories, and how they shape our understanding of God and family.


Creative responses to the abuse crisis

10 Nov 2018 | Michael McVeigh

Fr Hans ZollnerFr Hans Zollner SJ talks about the Church's international response to the abuse crisis, and what can be done to better engage with victims and survivors in Australia. 


Acknowledgment plaques

10 Nov 2018

Australia’s Catholic bishops have endorsed a plaque for use in Catholic schools, parishes and organisations, which is now available through the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Catholic Council (NATSICC).


Breathing with God

09 Nov 2018 | Thea Kurniawan

Bringing together music, scripture and meditative repetition, Taizé prayers have become more popular in recent years, particularly among younger Catholics.


Journeying with the Catholic Church

21 Aug 2018 | Michael McVeigh

25 year anniversary illustrationAustralian Catholics has been an important part of the Catholic Church life over its 25-year history. Here are some memorable moments in that journey.


A field guide to your local parish

21 Aug 2018 | Kate Moriarty

home truthsThe post-Mass morning tea provides the amateur enthusiast a unique opportunity to examine Australian Catholics in their natural environment. Grab a cup of Earl Grey and a Scotch Finger biscuit and see how many you can identify.


Parish Life blog: Lessons from Len

17 May 2018 | Michelle Coram

Archbishop Len FaulknerPersonal remembrances of former Adelaide Archbishop Len Faulkner, who died earlier this month.


Monsignor Romero: The voice of the voiceless

05 Feb 2018 | Michele Gierck

Romero illustrationThe military in El Salvador might have made Oscar Romero a martyr, but they could never silence him.


The Romero Prayer

05 Feb 2018 | Bishop Ken Untener

Illustration of dove of peaceThis prayer was composed by Bishop Ken Untener of Saginaw, drafted for a homily by Cardinal John Dearden in November 1979 for a celebration of departed priests. It is often and widely shared as 'The Oscar Romero Prayer'. While Archbishop Romero never uttered these words, the prayer itself is a powerful summary of his legacy, and the legacy of all prophetic voices in the Church. 


Pope Francis' High 5

05 Feb 2018

Pope FrancisThe fifth anniversary of the election of Pope Francis is in March. We take a look at the five most prophetic moments of his pontificate so far.


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