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April 1, 2019

Why do Roman Catholics kneel at Mass?

Originally published on Aleteia, republished with their permission The physical posture is an ancient one, used by Christians since the very beginning. For Roman Catholics, kneeling […]
April 1, 2019

Did you know Lent is traditionally divided into two parts?

Originally published on Aleteia, republished with their permission Each part has its own focus and helps us to enter more deeply into the Passion of Jesus […]
March 29, 2019

Nine things you should know about Lymphedema

By Dixie Ann Belle Imagine one day waking up and finding that your limbs are mysteriously swollen like balloons. Your jewellery is tight against your skin. […]
March 28, 2019

Lessons from a father and two sons

Today, the fourth Sunday of Lent, the Gospel of Luke presents us with the famous passage of the prodigal son. While we often pay most attention […]
March 28, 2019

A self-defeating triumphalism

Part 3 of Fr Martin Sirju’s 4-part pastoral reflection on how he sees the Church today. I have observed the development of Evangelical Christianity (Pentecostal, Open […]
March 28, 2019

Goodness spreads – Fr Makhan part 4

By Simone Delochan sdelochan.camsel@rcpos.org Fr Michael Makhan spent 20 years as Vice Principal of the Spiritan-run St Joseph College and a quick perusal of comments left […]