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When Covid-19 crashes your wedding plans, be gentle, take control, and play the long game

THROUGHOUT the world, engaged couples are reeling in shock. Meticulously planned weddings are unravelling amid the various lock-down policies. The disappointment is crushing and the change in plans come with very real financial consequences. Some couples fear their deposits will be forfeited and others are struggling to find available venues for later dates when – hopefully – this all settles ... Read More »

Where is God in this pandemic? Where there is love, there is God

This is a column by Los Angeles Archbishop Jose H. Gomez published online on March 24 in Angelus, the media arm of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. LENT is always a desert journey that we make with Jesus, who fasted and was tested in the desert for 40 days and 40 nights. The prophet Hosea says the Lord leads his ... Read More »

Holy Week disruptions can be a time to learn to pray together as a family

FAMILIES preparing to enter into Holy Week at home due to COVID-19 restrictions have been encouraged to pray together as “the little church” alongside clergy who are celebrating the Triduum rites privately. Liturgy Brisbane director Fr Tom Elich said parishes have been distributing a prayer resource to allow families to spiritually connect with the celebrations of Holy Week, which begins ... Read More »

Brisbane auxiliary Bishop Ken Howell reveals his carbon footprint

What would be the carbon footprint of a Catholic bishop in a large and bustling archdiocese? In this two-week series, Emilie Ng uses the carbon footprint of one auxiliary Bishop to explore the three last pope’s teaching on the environment. BRISBANE auxiliary Bishop Ken Howell visited the airport nearly once a fortnight in 2019, but it wasn’t the primary contributor ... Read More »

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