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Voices from the margins

05 Feb 2018 | Michael McVeigh

poem from are the voices of Australia’s conscience. Do we have the courage to listen to them? 

Prayer blog: Becoming more human

22 Nov 2017 | Michael McVeigh

Reconciliation with creation isn’t just about changing the way our society uses resources and impacts on the environment. It’s also about reconsidering how we live in the world and relate to each other as individuals.

The carriers of hope

01 Nov 2017 | Michael McVeigh

The story of a child born two thousand years ago in a humble stable still has power to inspire hope in insecure places in the world today. 

Empowering women as 
mothers and leaders

23 May 2017 | Michael McVeigh

Can a mother really have a successful career and a happy family life? 
Prue Gilbert knows it’s possible if workplaces allow it. 
A mother of three herself, Prue is working with organisations across the country to support women in remaining in the workforce.

A leading light

23 May 2017 | Michael McVeigh

If the Catholic Church is to address issues that led to the abuse crisis, it will need to keep listening to people like Kathleen McCormack. The member of the Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors says education is vital in building global safer communities for children.

Editorial: Celebrating the gifts women bring to our schools, praises and other ministries.

23 May 2017 | Michael McVeigh

In this edition, we celebrate some of the extraordinary women that inspire and shape our faith. 

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?

Questions arising from the marriage equality debate

31 Oct 2016 | Michael McVeigh

Whether it’s via a plebiscite or a parliamentary vote, Australia’s politicians have been discussing this year whether and how the country might legalise same-sex marriage. 

Where every ribbon has a story

31 Oct 2016 | Michael McVeigh

The Royal Commission has provided an opportunity for thousands of survivors of abuse to have their stories heard. Australians have been shocked and moved by the stories that have emerged of abuse in institutions across the country, including many Catholic schools and parishes. The Loud Fence movement, which started in Ballarat, has provided a way for the community to show solidarity with survivors. 

Editorial: Mercy in social justice

31 May 2016 | Michael McVeigh

In this, the third in our Year of Mercy editions for 2016, 
we look at mercy in social justice.

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