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University missionary says sharing Jesus is giving people Freedom

VIVIEN Dolar does not measure success by how many people show up to an event; she measures success by bringing people to Jesus. “From what I see in the landscape of the Church, from the people I know, we need to facilitate people’s relationship with God first and foremost,” she said. “That means making sure they know how to pray, ... Read More »

Making sense of Divine Mercy Sunday

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APRIL 30 in the new millennium went down in history as the happiest day in Pope John Paul II’s life. The pope had just declared a fellow Polish Catholic a saint, and he made a surprise announcement, offering the universal Church a new feast day, to be celebrated every second Sunday of Easter. This new feast was at the request ... Read More »

The family fully alive

Cathy and Matt Bourke

 Darwin couple to represent Australia at world meeting WE believe it takes a village to raise a child and so much of our village is the Church, Cathy and Matt Bourke told the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference recently. “Raising families is an extremely vulnerable time of life and possibly the hardest job to get right. It is the most important ... Read More »

A seed of confidence

‘Daughter of Australia, saint for every land’ This is Archbishop Mark Coleridge’s homily from the of St Mary Of The Cross MacKillop mass in St Stephen’s Cathedral on August 8. WE may not walk on our heads, but the Antipodes are famously topsy-turvy.   Nothing here is as it should be, which is why the first European settlers found Australia so ... Read More »

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