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Reflections


Home Truths: Little Drama Boy

31 Oct 2016 | Kate Moriarty

It was going to be the best Christmas yet. For the first time, we were hosting Christmas. And Harry was old enough for the nativity play.


Unguarded moments: Acts of mercy

31 Oct 2016 | Ann Rennie

I was happy this year to tick the ‘Catholic’ box on the census to be counted as an Australian for whom faith matters.


Pope Francis and the challenge of being church today 

31 Oct 2016 | Bishop Vincent Long

We cannot, as a Church, proclaim to be messengers of God’s love while at the same time colluding with the forces of oppression, says Parramatta Bishop Vincent Long. 


Online exclusive: Teaching boys to respect girls

27 Aug 2016 | Peter Hosking SJ

Hopefully students and families around the country are discussing the media reports about the online behaviours of adolescents, especially those that disrespect girls.


Editorial: Small mercies, big results

17 Aug 2016 | Dinelle Hettiarachchi

What happens when six young people are handed the reigns of Australian Catholics magazine?


What can one person do?

17 Aug 2016 | Chelsea Hard

One person can change the way you see yourself, one action can change the way you see the world.


Unguarded moments: Unfeasible love

31 May 2016 | Ann Rennie

Mercy isn’t about ticking boxes.


Editorial: Mercy in social justice

31 May 2016 | Michael McVeigh

In this, the third in our Year of Mercy editions for 2016, 
we look at mercy in social justice.


Mercy notes: Mercy in social justice

31 May 2016 | Peter Fleming

Social justice is a globalised form of mercy.


Can love make a way to justice?

31 May 2016 | Brigidine Sister Jane Keogh

The Love Makes A Way movement has seen Christians across the country take part in sit-in protests in the offices of politicians from both major political parties. Their objective is to bring to an end to the offshore detention of people who seek asylum in Australia. The protesters risk arrest and imprisonment to be heard. We asked Brigidine Sister Jane Keogh to share what it was like to be one of them.


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