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John's Gospel Scenario Image

John’s Gospel

Trailer A characteristic of John’s gospel is the proclamation of Jesus as the incarnate Son of God. From its magnificent prologue whose opening words match...
Holy Year of Mercy

Holy Year of Mercy

What is the Holy Year of Mercy? The Announcement of the Jubilee of Mercy Dear brothers and sisters, I have often thought of how the Church may...
Visit St Patrick's Cathedral Scenario Image

Visit St Patrick’s Cathedral

Snapshot Introducing the Cathedral St Patrick’s Cathedral, the third attempt at building a church on its site was begun in 1858 and its spires were finally...
Mining Uranium Scenario Image

Mining Uranium

Scenario On 17 April 2003 Sir Robert Wilson of Rio Tinto signed an agreement that there would be no further mining at Jabiluka without the...
Introduction to Creeds

Introduction to Creeds

Creeds: What Are They and Why Do We Have Them? Richard Dawkins’ The God Delusion, Michel Onfray’s Atheist Manifesto: The Case against Christianity, Judaism and Islam and God is...
Traces of God at CERES

Traces of God at CERES

Discovering different views about sustainability What is sustainability and why is there so much talk about it now? [youtube] To help you explore this question, UNESCO...
Catholic Social Teaching

Catholic Social Teaching

Catholic Social Teaching Principles Catholic Social Teaching covers all spheres of life – the economic, political, personal and spiritual. CARITAS CST from Caritas Australia on Vimeo. Explore this website to learn...


Preview The sacrament of Reconciliation is one of the sacraments of healing and restoration. It celebrates the endlessly forgiving mercy of God and the change...
The Prayer of St Brendan

The Prayer of St Brendan

Prayer This prayer, attributed to St Brendan, is one of profound trust in God. As we pray this prayer, let us be mindful of all...
Mary's Song of Praise

Mary’s Song of Praise

Prayer [youtube] Mary in the Gospels We know very little about Mary of Nazareth (or Miriam as she would have been called in Hebrew) as an...

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