Catch-ups with inspiring individuals from all around Australia and the world.
Lorraine Ladia & John Nguyen from the the Youth for Christ community share their experiences in the community and how it helped them encounter Jesus Christ.
Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse shares about the Ruth Institution, her own story and also discusses some of the content in her new book such as cohabitation.
Eugene Raggio chats about his upcoming Artes Christi Production: Hamlet and the catholicity of Shakespeare and how it comes across in his works.
Linda Smyth discusses how Sara’s Place helps women who are considering or have had an abortion, the insights that she has gained, and how we can help.
Jeremy Bell and John McCaughan discuss their new book Two Men Talk About Marriage: why they wrote it, and why it is different to other defences of marriage.
Pat Byrne of the National Civic Council explains the Safe Schools Program, why it is dangerous and what parents can do about it.
Paul O’Callaghan of Caritas Australia describes the current policy on foreign aid of Australia’s major political parties, and what we can do about it.
Monica Doumit speaks about the Catholic Church’s teaching on marriage and gender identity, and the Liberal and ALP policies on these topics.