Bishop Barron explains that Martin Luther should be viewed not only as a theologian, but as someone who had fallen in love.
Paul O’Callaghan, the CEO of Caritas Australia, explores practical ways in which we can help make a difference in our world.
Bishop Barron looks at the breakdown of reasoned discourse and a resort to bullying by the political left, and the ideological origins of such actions.
We discuss with Paul O’Callaghan, CEO of Caritas Australia, the current and very severe drought and famine that is affecting people in East Africa.
Mr Antoine Chamamyan shares some of the horrors he saw and experienced in recent days, leading to his fleeing from Syria and arrival in Australia.
Gerard Henderson speaks on issues with regard to the Royal Commission on child sexual abuse, the Australian media and the Catholic Church.
Bishop Robert Rabbat highlights presenting the truth of the situation in the Middle East and shows how to stretch our Christian identity through peace.
We speak to Michael Sullivan, executive producer of Fearless, a new film which documents the awesome ministry of “Spirit-filled evangelisers” in the Church.