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Helping Vinnies is faith in action


VINNIES VIEW, by Brian Moore IN September, the St Vincent de Paul Society celebrate two important feast days, Blessed Frederic Ozanam on September 9 and St Vincent de Paul on September 27. Readers in recent Vinnies Views would have noticed vice president Robert Leach’s references to the Society’s patron St Vincent de Paul and the Society’s founder Blessed Frederic. There ... Read More »

New book on gifts of the Holy Spirit

Fr Ken Barker book, 2013-09-08

MISSIONARIES of God’s Love founder Fr Ken Barker has released a new book, Alive in the Spirit, which highlights the need to rely on the Holy Spirit in approaching the new evangelisation. The moderator of the MGLs, who will step aside to make room for a new leader next year, felt convicted that the Church needs to draw more on ... Read More »

God come to us in everyday life

Speaking at a Year of Grace evening in Brisbane earlier this year, CHRISTIAN BROTHER DAMIEN PRICE reflected on the small "g" moments of grace. This is an edited version of his talk

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Grace-the favour of God

The Catholic Leader continues its series of Year of Grace articles with theologian SR MARIE T FARRELL'S look at the biblical understanding of "grace"

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Mercy for the whole world

Irish Sister of Mercy Deirdre Mullan is director of Mercy Global Concern which maintains a Mercy presence at the United Nations in New York. She gave a keynote address on "Challenges from Our World" at the recent Living Mercy conference in Brisbane. This is an edited version of the address

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Finding God’s love in tragedy

Queensland Police Service chaplain Pauline Father Columba Macbeth-Green officiated at the funeral service of slain policeman Detective Senior Constable Damian Leeding at the Gold Coast Convention Centre on June 7. This is the homily he delivered to an estimated 5000 mourners at the centre

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