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A story of Creation

13 Oct 2019 | Michael McVeigh

A message sent across the ages from the shores of Lake Mungo.

Dadirri: Deep listening

13 Oct 2019 | Miriam-Rose Ungunmerr

Dadirri is quiet, still awareness – deep listening. It’s the thing that makes up who we are as Aboriginal people, spiritually.

A history of mysticism in Catholicism

13 Oct 2019 | Miranda King

From our earliest days, human beings have sought to extend our vision beyond the material world, seeking out the deeper truths of our existence. Catholic mystics continued that tradition, retreating into prayer and meditation in order to connect the revelations of Jesus with the movements of the Holy Spirit in their hearts and what they knew of the God’s universe. In doing this they were able to open up new ways of seeing and living in our world.

In this feature we explore some of the key writings of Catholic mystics through the ages. Each spoke in a particular way to their own times and contexts, but their writings continue to call us back to a more authentic way of living out the life of faith today.

Why Bluey is a font of parenting wisdom

07 Aug 2019 | Koa Whittingham, Amy Mitchell, Ben Mitchell

Bluey is a ground-breaking Australian children’s television series and the most downloaded show in ABC iView history. It captures the wonder and joy of parenting, and delivers precious nuggets of parenting wisdom along the way.

A listening Church

07 Aug 2019 | Fr Frank Brennan SJ

On 26 June 2019, Fr Frank Brennan SJ gave a speech to the Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture in Canberra, titled ‘Our Church or Our Museum – Contributing to a confident, humble, listening and questioning Church’. In this edited excerpt, he reflects on what it means to be a listening Church.

A holy place in jeopardy

07 Aug 2019 | Kieran Noonan

A teacher from Bunbury writes about a campaign to save a sacred Aboriginal site from becoming a highway.

Explorations – family life

07 Aug 2019 | Andrew Hamilton SJ

For better or worse, most of us first learn about relationships from the way people are treated in our family. That's why helping strengthen and support families is so important in the Catholic Church.

Logging on to our selves

07 May 2019 | Ann Rennie

We have more ways to connect with each other than ever before, yet so many people are feeling anxious and unhappy. What’s the connection that we’re missing?

Explorations: Mental illness

07 May 2019 | Andrew Hamilton SJ

The Christian response to mental illness has its roots in Jesus’ healing ministry, and the belief that each person is made in the image of God. But stigma has always followed those who are mentally ill, and even today some of that still lingers.

Recovering from childhood trauma

07 May 2019 | Dr Cathy Kezelman

TRIGGER WARNING: Article includes discussion of sexual abuse, sexual assault, child abuse

The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse and many high profile cases have made us more aware of child sexual abuse and its often life-long impacts. Many in our Catholic communities have lived through abuse and continue to struggle with the trauma. Dr Cathy Kezelman, from the Blue Knot Foundation, says there are ways to help and support them.

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