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06 May 2015 |
It was with an air of expectancy last Mother’s Day when I called Mum to chat on the phone. I was 36 weeks pregnant and the doctor had told me I'd have my first child within days thus beginning my own Motherhood journey.
29 Apr 2015 |
Fr Andy Hamilton SJ
Fr Andrew Hamilton reflects on the last moments of Andrew Chan’s and Myuran Sukumaran’s lives and God’s amazing grace.
19 Apr 2015 |
Genevieve Nicoll contemplates the human and divine sides of God.
13 Apr 2015 |
Australian Catholics magazine’s editor, Michael McVeigh, reflects on why some need ‘proof’ in God’s existence to believe.
07 Apr 2015 |
Fr Brian McCoy
Fr Brian McCoy reflects on our post-Easter journeys and how we can move from the passion of Christ into the joy of the Easter season.
30 Mar 2015 |
As a teacher in an all boys’ boarding school in tropical far north Queensland, this lent has been somewhat different to all the other Lenten seasons of my adult spiritual life.
15 Mar 2015 |
As pilgrims we need inner compass points to help us discern between those places in our lives that fill us with peace and those which drain us of life. One daily practice which can help us with this, and which we can include in our Lenten observance, is the awareness examen.
01 Mar 2015 |
Even if I'm open about my faith, it's not something I put in front of people all the time. Yet God is very much a part of everything that I am. Ash Wednesday provides an opportunity to set ourselves aside and show people that God is an important part of our lives, and who we are.
25 Feb 2015 |
Ramesh Richards SJ
Ash Wednesday’s second reading from Paul to the Corinthians invites us to be true ambassadors of Christ and the appeal is to be reconciled back to God. If you have stuffed up, acknowledge it, own it, and as Taylor Swift says, 'shake it off' through the Sacrament of Reconciliation.
24 Feb 2015 |
Those of us who attend parishes frequently have probably experienced the plethora of options ranging from the 85-year old playing the organ with traditional repertoire; the majestic Cathedral choir; or folky choirs complete with guitars, cymbals, triangles and tambourines. But what happens when, regardless of the style of music, it is just not played well?
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