Article by Louise Gannon rsj
I think perhaps Pope Francis might agree with William Shakespeare...
Article by Dr Quang Tuan Au
Thirty-five years ago, my older sister, a younger brother and I, with another 27 people, were on a small fishing boat to escape the Vietnamese communist regime.
Article by Paul Maguire
The interconnection between what we eat, personal health, animal welfare, environmental degradation − in fact the future of life on earth − is becoming more obvious.
Article by Shirley McHugh
Regular writer Shirley McHugh shares an experience that changed her, and one which invokes the injunction of the Year of Mercy, “Be merciful as God is merciful.”
Article by Monica Scanlon
Like many opportunities in life such as learning to drive, upskilling or attending ante-natal classes, there are courses available for couples preparing for marriage.
Article by Rebecca Beisler
This year my family decided we wanted to take part in National Open Mosque Day.
Article by Craig Wattam
Parent and veteran senior teacher Craig Wattam wisely suggests, “Let the HSC influence you, not define you”.
Article by Ken Rubeli
My good Presbyterian mother will shake in her grave: Pope Francis is my hero!
Article by Robert Gascoigne
Dr Robert Gascoigne explores the Catholic Church’s just war theory, citing a recent statement of Pope Francis.
Article by Judith Lynch
We say that we are waiting for the birth of Christ, but that has already happened.
Article by Sean Scanlon
I recently attended the national conference of diocesan financial administrators.
Article by Bryan Dunn
Bryan Dunn reflects on Paul Casey’s book, “Where did all the young men go?”
Article by Tracey Edstein
In welcoming former students, teachers, parents and visitors to events marking the centenary of St Joseph’s Primary School, Denman, principal Aaron Moon said, “You are here amongst friends.”
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