Cathy Kennedy of CREDO Sydney speaks to us about how adoration of The Blessed Sacrament and the work of evangelisation go hand-in-hand – and how The Eucharist is the food we need to spread the Gospel.
Browsing: Homegrown Initiatives
Cradio’s Lloyd Gilbert sits down with Lucy-Jade Folkard from the Diocese of Broken Bay to find out a bit about her, how she came to love her Catholic faith, and a new initiative she is starting in her diocese.
We caught up with the Executive Director of Palms Australia Roger O’Halloran to find out how they help those in need, what fruit has come from it, and what drove him to get involved with a charitable organisation.
In this special report we talk about Melbourne’s March for the Babies and the issues at the heart of the abortion debate that need to be addressed in order to ensure expectant mothers have the support they need.
We sit down with student Anitra Yu to find out about her experience of a “pro-life pilgrimage” – what spurred her on to take the journey, and how has the experience changed her life?
We caught up with Jeremy to discuss the relationship between the arts and Catholic values, the fruits he has seen flow from this mission, and how the story of the Wizard of Oz may be more Christian than you think…
We caught up with MGL founder Fr Ken Barker to hear his story of being called to the priesthood, his journey of faith as a priest, and responding to the invitation extended to him by God to help start something new…
Sister Theresa Morellini RSJ is currently based just over 3000km North East of Perth in the Warmun Community, a predominantly Catholic Indigenous community with a thriving art centre. We caught up with Sister Theresa to find out about faith and life in the East Kimberley.