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Involving families in sacramental education

21 Aug 2018 | Michele Frankeni

Gabrielle at faith formation eveningFirst Communion education at a suburban Melbourne parish is just the start to life‑long sacramental learning.


Women pioneer new models of Church

20 Aug 2018 | Francine Crimmins

Mary Anne from the Wilcannia-Forbes DioceseThe diocese of Wilcannia-Forbes, north-west NSW, relies on the lay people and more accurately, the women, to run the show.


Bonded by faith and culture

20 Aug 2018 | Ann Maria Sabu

KeralaOne of our young writers, Ann Maria Sabu, is a member of the Syro‑Malabar St Alphonsa Cathedral Parish in Melbourne’s north. She writes about her experiences of Church, and speaks to some of her fellow parishioners about what the Church means to them.


Teaching public issues in Catholic schools

22 May 2018 | James O'Brien

In Catholic schools, teachers can prepare students for responsible lives informed by faith. They need to do that in an open and honest forum.


Life without a home

22 May 2018 | Michele Frankeni

Domestic violence caused Mary and her teenage son to flee their home with just the clothes they wore. However, the trauma of the initial flight has been nothing to the relentless need to find somewhere for the family to live.


Alice Springs parish communities combine

22 May 2018

Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Parish in Alice Springs has been finding new common ground through regular sharing of the Eucharist among members of the Arrernte Indigenous community and the broader parish.


The story of the Rainbow Spirit

22 May 2018 | Betty Pike

rainbow serpent from balloonsWhen God speaks to us, it is not always easy to know and understand just what we are being asked to do.


What is God asking of the Catholic church

22 May 2018 | Michael McVeigh

How do you foster a national conversation on the future of the Catholic Church? Just as importantly, how do you ensure that the conversation is open to the movements of the Holy Spirit? This is the challenge facing the facilitators putting together the agenda for the 2020 Plenary Council.


Mud-wrestling the Catholic Elephant

22 May 2018 | John Warhurst

gates outside a catholic churchThe Catholic Church is big and complex. That is one of its defining characteristics yet the media and society at large, much less the Catholic community itself, often fail to grasp its consequences.


A universal undertaking

22 May 2018 | Michael McVeigh

dove in the handFive Catholic thinkers who have helped shape our understanding of what it means to respect the rights and dignity of each person in our world.


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