11 Apr 2019

Why are young Catholics putting skulls on their desks?

No, it’s not an uprise of a punk rock faction in our Church. It’s actually an ancient spiritual practice based on ‘Memento Mori’, which translates from Latin to English into ‘Remember Your Death’. How should we think about death? As a young atheist, Sr. Theresa Aletheia Noble was deeply troubled by the meaning of mortality, […]

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10 Apr 2019

Project Compassion – Salma’s Story

You may remember Salma, who featured in Project Compassion 2013. At the time she was pregnant with her first child, sick and terribly frightened. In distress, she sought the help of a midwife trained by Caritas’ Safe Motherhood Program. Six years on, she’s now a healthy mother of two strong, happy children. Salma is committed […]

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09 Apr 2019

Vocation Story: Fr Daniele Russo

See Fr Daniele Russo’s story from wanting to be a business entrepreneur in high school to discovering his purpose in life – the priesthood. REFLECT PRAYER for vocationsGracious and loving God, help the men and women of our parish to hear the call to serve in the Church,especially my diocese.Our needs are great and our […]

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08 Apr 2019

Not Too Late to Make Lent Great

What is Lent like for a new Catholic? Jacinta found new revert to the Catholic faith whilst at daily Mass. She was young and stuck our like a sore thumb. Jacinta approached her and came to learn her story. In this podcast, we get some insight into what Lent looks like for a new Catholic […]

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07 Apr 2019

5th Sunday: Casting the Stone

In today’s Gospel comic, the Pharisees proclaim that by law, the adulterous woman must be stoned to death. They pass judgement on the sins of others without recognising their own sinfulness. Today, we are being challenged us to be merciful before we judge others, being aware of our own weaknesses. REFLECT1. Do I judge others […]

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06 Apr 2019

Extraordinary Women: Sisters in Syria

My name is Samia Jriej. I live in Homs, Syria, a city that has been devastated by eight years of war, this is the reason why many families have lost hope. Despite the devastation that surrounds us in this city, there is a lot we can rebuild again. I’m a religious Sister, our mission is […]

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05 Apr 2019

Young, Catholic and building a better world

Every Catholic is called to love like Christ did. Some might express this through caring for their elderly parents or their children. Some might love others through serving their parish. Others, like Koreen and Daniel, strive to love like Christ by working towards building a better world for all those in need. Koreen and Daniel […]

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