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Silent Night: The origins of a classic Christmas tune

10 Nov 2018 | Lawrence Brazier

This year, one of the world’s most loved Christmas hymns turns 200. Few, however, might know the story of how it came to be composed.


Pray with Pope Francis

10 Nov 2018

Each month, the Pope puts forward a prayer intention and asks Catholics around the world to join him in prayer.


Acknowledgment plaques

10 Nov 2018

Australia’s Catholic bishops have endorsed a plaque for use in Catholic schools, parishes and organisations, which is now available through the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Catholic Council (NATSICC).


The enormous Little Flower

09 Nov 2018 | Peter Fleming

Despite her nickname, there was little that was small or insignificant about St Therese of Lisieux.


Four days in the elements

09 Nov 2018 | Michele Gierck

Following a group of students from St Ignatius College, Geelong, as they grow more in tune with each other and the environment as part of their Outdoor and Environmental Studies subject.


Connecting with God through sport

09 Nov 2018 | Tracey Edstein

Sport and faith were passions for Helene O’Neill from an early age. But it was only later in life that she saw the fruitfulness in bringing them together.


Welcome to Bethlehem

09 Nov 2018 | Nieve Walton

Ever wondered what it might have been like to be there at the first Christmas? An annual event tries to bring the Nativity scene to life with an immersive production involving hundreds of volunteers.


Conversations Catholics need to have

09 Nov 2018 | Michael McVeigh

Fr Timothy RadcliffeDominican author and theologian Fr Timothy Radcliffe was in Australia earlier this year, speaking to staff in a number of Catholic schools. Australian Catholics editor Michael McVeigh sat down with him to talk about faith, education and how we might better open up conversations as Catholics.


A letter to the Speaker of the House

09 Nov 2018 | Michael McGirr

parliament huseIt's comforting that Parliament starts with what is, effectively, a love letter.


In tune with the Holy Spirit

09 Nov 2018 | Tracey Edstein

Peter KearneyPeter Kearney is a self-taught musician and composer, who uses his song-writing as a form of prayer.


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