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The Neocatechumenal Way is leading Catholics towards the full grace of their baptism

MOST of us were baptised as infants and never had a chance to learn about the faith we inherited, which is precisely why the Neocatechumenal Way is heaven-bent on catechesis.  Brisbane archdiocese has many Neocatechumenal Way communities, including at Loganholme, Wynnum and Newmarket. Sydney Neocatechumenal Way priest Fr Tony Trafford said their mission came straight from the pages of the ... Read More »

Save the Bishop – local author turns a new page in teaching the sacraments to children

JULIE Moran is discovering novel ways to teach the sacraments.  Saving the Bishop, an action-adventure novel, reaches children and adults alike in teaching the sacraments in a fun, educational way. Julie Moran, under the pseudonym Jordan Knottman, wrote the book after many years working in education, developing a passion for the sacraments. The book focuses on primary school twins Dan ... Read More »

Grandparents are transmitting the faith to the newest generation

grandmother and grandchild

WHEN the new academic term began a few months ago we were subjected to the occasional round of ‘padding’ – a lecturer, who had seemingly not prepared sufficient material for the first lesson, allowed the students to dissipate a considerable amount of time by discoursing at some length upon the intimate details of their lives. This was ostensibly undertaken in ... Read More »

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