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On 23 June we celebrate the UN-designated Public Service Day, but public service also refers to an attitude that looks toward the good of society.
More than 3000 people joined a prayer vigil to heal crises in Myanmar and India.
John Bradburne, whose cause for sainthood has been introduced in Zimbabwe, was one of those wild, holy people
Love and respect can heal gaping wounds and create new possibilities in human lives.
We need to work to ensure that reconciliation is, as the theme for this year's reconciliation says, 'more than a word'.
‘Prioritising’ the question of ‘how the Church can… empower First Peoples’ will mean including it among four major issues that the Council must address if it is to have any credibility both within itself and in Australian society as a whole.
As we approach Mothers Day, to be held on 9 May this year, we are reminded of the many and varied shapes of relationships that make up women's lives.
Connor Court Publishing has just released a new book, Observations on The Pell Proceedings, bringing together Fr Frank Brennan’s valuable insights into the legal issues and religious practices that became central to understanding the trial and eventual acquittal of Cardinal George Pell.
In one of his last interviews before his death at Sacred Heart Residence, Lavender Bay on 7 April 2021, Fr Phil Crotty SJ, spoke about his 70-year involvement with the Jesuit mission in Hazaribag, India.
It is when we look outwards to others and recognise how much we depend on others and our world that supports us that we are the happiest.
This month we remember two Salvadorean martyrs for their depth of commitment to people who were disadvantaged, their steadfastness in companioning them, and their courage.
Young people are worth a second chance. With accompaniment and support they can connect with society.