Catch-ups with inspiring individuals from all around Australia and the world.
David Lawrence discusses his Age of Demons fantasy books, the inspiration of J.R.R. Tolkien, and communicating eternal truths through fiction novels.
Dave Jorna shares about Project Hatch, which aims to enable young people to understand themselves and others as well as empowering them on their faith journey.
Eugene Raggio shares about the upcoming 100 year celebration at St Peter’s, Surry Hills.
Hayden Ramsay discusses the role of the Catholic universities in the life and growth of the Church and how it responds to the mission and worship of the Church.
Sr John Mary of the Sisters of the Immaculata shares her vocation story and discernment to religious life, as well as some of the joys she has experienced.
Sr Maria Faustina shares her journey to religious life and peels away some of the misconceived thoughts that can influence discernment. She also shares some highlights of her journey thus far.
Bishop Christopher Saunder explores the beautiful ways in which indigenous people enrich the Church through their own culture and traditions.
Thérèse Nichols shares about how her charity ‘OnePlate’ came to be. As well as embracing the food culture of Australia, the charity also aims to improve the livelihood of third world countries by providing agricultural training courses.