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  • Broken Bay diocese launches major Central Coast program
    by Marilyn Rodrigues on October 27, 2021 at 7:00 pm

    Bishop Randazzo hopes a new discernment project will make the region key to the diocese's future mission. The post Broken Bay diocese launches major Central Coast program appeared first on The Catholic Weekly.

  • This Catholic Life Podcast: Screentime
    by Peter Holmes on October 27, 2021 at 2:00 pm

    Episode #116 – Screentime Host: Peter Holmes Guest: Rian “Box” Galliott Find Us On iTunes – This Catholic Life Podcast Subscribe On: iTunes, Google Play, Pocket Casts, Spotify, Stitcher, Anchor, TuneIn, Blubrry, Spreaker, Player.fm, Radio Public, Overcast Connect with us: Email: info@thiscatholiclife.com.au Facebook: @thiscatholiclifeau Twitter: @catholiclifeau Instagram: thiscatholiclifeau   The post This Catholic Life Podcast: Screentime appeared first on The Catholic Weekly.

  • Dying law is not delayed
    by Marilyn Rodrigues on October 26, 2021 at 11:24 pm

    Media reports that proposed euthanasia and assisted suicide laws have been delayed in the New South Wales parliament are misleading, say pro-life campaigners. The post Dying law is not delayed appeared first on The Catholic Weekly.

  • Q&A with Fr John Flader: Who are the Mormons?
    by Fr John Flader on October 26, 2021 at 7:00 pm

    Dear Father, Over the years I have seen Mormons knocking on doors and occasionally they have come to my house. They are exceptionally polite and very impressive. What is the background of the Mormons and what are their main beliefs? The Mormons, properly known as The Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter-day Saints, were The post Q&A with Fr John Flader: Who are the Mormons? appeared first on The Catholic Weekly.

  • Editorial: A report, a conversion and God’s good grace
    by Peter Rosengren on October 25, 2021 at 7:00 pm

    Two events took place in October which expressed and revealed something of the fundamental crises facing the Church in the modern world. The first was the release of the French report into the extent of abuse in the Church in that country over many decades, the second was the conversion of an Anglican bishop to The post Editorial: A report, a conversion and God’s good grace appeared first on The Catholic Weekly.

  • Philippa Martyr: Repentance is where true joy can begin
    by Philippa Martyr on October 25, 2021 at 7:00 am

      I promised you some joy this week. But bear with me – it’s all connected with why Catholics need to be different, and why personal sin and repentance is a key part of this. Let’s use a horrible real-life example of what happens when people lose a sense of personal sin. Clergy sexual abuse The post Philippa Martyr: Repentance is where true joy can begin appeared first on The Catholic Weekly.

  • Melto D’Moronoyo: Unique tradition gives life
    by Guest Contributor on October 25, 2021 at 7:00 am

    By Ann-Marie Boumerhe Born into a devout Maronite family from a picturesque coastal village near the bay of Jounieh, Lebanon, my mother was a dedicated parishioner of her local church, Our Lady of Perpetual Help – Saydet el Maounat. Growing up, and like many young children across Maronite parishes, Oumi [my mum], was enrolled as The post Melto D’Moronoyo: Unique tradition gives life appeared first on The Catholic Weekly.

  • Simcha Fisher: Questions for a long-time married couple
    by Simcha Fisher on October 23, 2021 at 7:00 pm

    Who has four thumbs, has been married for almost a quarter of a century, and absolutely adores haunted houses? I have no idea. Definitely not me and my husband. We have the thumb part covered, and it will be our 24th anniversary in a few weeks, but we’re ambivalent at best about haunted houses. You The post Simcha Fisher: Questions for a long-time married couple appeared first on The Catholic Weekly.

  • Parishes an ideal support for the sick
    by Marilyn Rodrigues on October 23, 2021 at 10:00 am

    Palliative care expert has issued a call for parishioners to improve the quality of life for the terminally ill by training to be a volunteer. The post Parishes an ideal support for the sick appeared first on The Catholic Weekly.

  • Paul Catalanotto: A book on dying we all need to read
    by Paul Catalanotto on October 22, 2021 at 7:00 pm

    A palliative doctor explores the lost art and wisdom of a gentle death for all of us Any supporter of euthanasia can get any number of reasons why such activities are evil and contrary to humanity on numerous levels (socially, economically, psychologically). No one has hidden these arguments from the general populace. Just the opposite, The post Paul Catalanotto: A book on dying we all need to read appeared first on The Catholic Weekly.