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Editorial: Conversations between religions

23 Dec 2010 | Michael McVeigh

Often when people talk of Australia being a secular society it's a way to shut out religious voices. But at the Parliament of the World's Religions in Melbourne last December, we saw a secular world where people of different faiths sat side by side, listening and sharing, and delivering common messages.


Unguarded moments: Swapping stories of the sacred

23 Dec 2010 | Ann Rennie

Whether we connect in the real world, or as avatars on Second Life, each time we reach out to people with different beliefs than our own we add something new.


Editorial

04 Oct 2010 | Michael McVeigh

Welcome to our special Saint Mary MacKillop commemorative edition of Australian Catholics magazine.


The sacred stirrer

04 Oct 2010 | Ann Rennie

The sacred stirrerIn the slumbering suburb of Surrey Hills in Sydney there is a small park called Mary MacKillop Reserve where kids kick footies, mums push swings and dogs chase old tennis balls. With schools and other institutions across the country bearing her name, the founder of the Josephites, and educator of the poor, has grown to be a part of the landscape of Australian society.


Editorial

10 Aug 2010 | Michael McVeigh

Can one person make a difference? Mia Northrop would say yes. 


Unguarded moments: OurSpace

10 Aug 2010 | Ann Rennie

Each of us has created and shaped ourself according to the world we live in. Young people must be trusted to do that, too.


Outside the net

10 Aug 2010 | Ben O’Mara

Outside the netNot all communities have the same access to new technologies.


A mission to the world

03 May 2010 | Ann Rennie

Our Church’s mission, in Australia and overseas, is about multiplying hope by hope. 


Seeing the face of God

03 May 2010 | Sr Maureen Elliott FMM

Seeing the face of GodCurrently working at a health centre in Ethiopia, Franciscan Missionary of Mary Sister Maureen Elliott reflects on what it means to live 'on mission'.


Church in miniature

03 May 2010 | Frank O’Shea

Church in miniatureIn schools run by the Marist Brothers, there is a tradition that students learn to sing the Sub Tuum, the prayer to Mary which had a particular significance for the order's founder, St Marcellin.


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