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A letter to the Queen

10 Mar 2016 | Michael McGirr

I am writing to offer my congratulations, not because you have been the longest reigning monarch of England but for a more private reason. Next year you will have been married to Phillip for 70 years. 


Waiting for the Church’s mercy

10 Mar 2016 | Mary Allen*

For Catholics wanting to get married when a partner has been married before, the wait for an annulment can be a difficult time. 


Home truths: Mass with the bare essentials

10 Mar 2016 | Kate Moriarty

The stresses of getting the family ready for church. 


Mercy and the saints: St Monica’s love for her son

10 Mar 2016 | Peter Fleming

Even saints sometimes need a loving, merciful hand to guide them on the right path.


True love: A step-by-step guide

10 Mar 2016 | Michael McVeigh

God sees every person in the world as special. So for God the relationships we form with each other are equally precious. This means we need to approach the people we’re attracted to ways that respect both their dignity and their vulnerability. Because true love isn’t just the end goal of a romantic relationship – it’s the road we follow to get there.


Reflection questions and activities for 'Mercy in the heart of justice'

24 Feb 2016 | Clare Deignan

Reflection questions and activities for 'Mercy in the heart of justice' in the Summer 2016 edition. 


Prayer blog: I don't know how she does it

27 Jan 2016 | Andrea Grant

I’ve returned to work for 2016, fresh from a delightful holiday with my family touring our nation’s capital.  It was one of those family holidays that lifelong memories are made of: a road-trip, late night board-games, corny puns, sun burn and many many laughs and hugs.  One of those ‘you really had to be there’ experiences.


Mercy in the heart of justice

26 Jan 2016 | Jemimah McMurray

Our prisons are part of the justice system, where the guilty atone for their crimes. But can they also be places where people discover mercy? We asked Silverwater Correctional Centre chaplain Margaret Wiseman. 


A feast to make you smile

03 Nov 2015 | Brendon D'Souza

Over the last two years, Brendon D'Souza, aka The Smiling Chef, has been providing Australian Catholics readers with tasty recipes to share with the family. In this special foodie edition of the magazine, we asked him to describe what made him want to become a food blogger and chef. 


Home truths: Yummy Mummy

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03 Nov 2015 | Kate Moriarty

Our new columnist wonders if she can ever become one of those women on the cover of a recipe book.


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