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12 Jul 2015 |
The ‘e’ is a mischievous character. Often it disappears unannounced and leaves me scrambling.
07 Jul 2015 |
Australian Catholics' editor Michael McVeigh reflects on how we can turn our attention to others during the Royal Commission.
01 Jul 2015 |
Bishop Michael Kennedy
Not everyone is happy about what Pope Francis has had to say in Laudato Si', his encyclical letter on the environment. One critic described the document as ‘a mixture of junk science, junk economics and junk ethics’ which, if followed, would prevent the world's poor escaping poverty.
22 Jun 2015 |
Susan Connelly RSJ
Love Makes a Way (Depicted on social media with the hashtag #LoveMakesAWay) is an ecumenical group formed in response to the government’s statement to would-be refugees that ‘No Way’ would they ever receive refuge in Australia if they came by boat.
18 Jun 2015 |
Fr Andrew Hamilton SJ
Fr Andrew Hamilton SJ reflects on the big and small picture of the world’s refugee crisis.
27 May 2015 |
It probably seems a little unusual to offer a reflection on the Year of Consecrated Life as a woman who doesn’t belong to a religious community or institute.
27 May 2015 |
I compose blog posts in my head. Words and ideas are given birth deep within and then freed after a bit of pondering. Some of the blogs that I have written are the result of a lightning bolt of inspiration; a seed planted which just kept growing. Some are impatient and do not let go until the last word is written, the last thought expressed. This blog, however, has sat with me for over a month. I think, patiently waiting for me to learn enough to articulate it.
25 May 2015 |
I have been resenting my knee exercises recently. I know they’re good for me, and as my physiotherapist keeps on reminding me, my knees will not get stronger unless I regularly do my exercises. But I keep on finding other things to do with my spare time other than said knee exercises: sleep, catching up with friends throughout the week, bike riding, hiking, swimming, gardening, reading, crocheting, anything really, other than those blasted knee exercises.
19 May 2015 |
Like everyone, I’ve had some hard times in my life. Almost twenty years ago was one of the hardest, when I found out that something pretty bad happened to a close family member.
14 May 2015 |
Beth Doherty, editor of PrayOnline, reflects on Pope Francis’ twitter phenomen in ‘Tweet others with love: Pope Francis on Social Media’
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