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How do you communion?

10 Nov 2018 | Michele Frankeni

For us Catholics, the Eucharist belongs to us all. The sacrament is special, but we don’t have to be special to receive it.


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.


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.


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.


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.


Explorations: Prayer

09 Nov 2018 | Fr Andrew Hamilton SJ

In this Explorations we look at why prayer is such an important part of our faith, and at some of the different ways people go about it.


Breathing with God

09 Nov 2018 | Thea Kurniawan

Bringing together music, scripture and meditative repetition, Taizé prayers have become more popular in recent years, particularly among younger Catholics.


Finding God in community

29 Oct 2018 | James O'Brien

CLC is a lay community and public world association of women and men shaped by the spirituality of St Ignatius of Loyola. It is a way of Christian life for people drawn to attend to the presence of God in their lives.


A confirmation memory

21 Aug 2018 | Tatiasna Kurniawan

In a homily I once heard, the priest spoke about how our church only ever overflowed two days a year – Christmas and Easter. But sacraments like confirmation definitely provide a third opportunity.


A changing church

21 Aug 2018 | Bob Dixon

Bob Dixon explores what the Australian Catholic Church looks like today, a quarter of a century after the first edition of Australian Catholics was published.


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