Bishop Robert Barron explains how themes of silence, love and self-sacrifice make horror film “A Quiet Place” the most unexpectedly religious film of the year.
Archbishop Julian explains why St John Paul II’s encyclical Fides et Ratio remains important for a culture which emphasises trust in emotion and scepticism towards truth. Archbishop Julian also explains the importance of faith and reason in discovering truth.
Ronan Reilly explores the historical role and influence of sacred music in current society. He also gives recommended resources to further explore the tradition of sacred music in the Church.
Melinda Tankard Reist talks about her work in Collective Shout which aims to combat and inform against the pornification of culture. She also explains about the initiative for corporations to pledge to act in ethical ways, as well as take on corporate ethical responsibility.
Dr Robert Tilley explores essentialism, contemporary philosophy and the importance of difference in the Bible to explain why Scripture cannot support same-sex marriage.
Daniel Nour speaks with John McCarthy QC about the prevalence of slavery in the 21st-century, the steps that the Archdiocese of Sydney is taking to eradicate slavery, and practical steps that people can take to help.
Steph Unger talks about her role as Project Officer for Student Formation for Catholic Education, Brisbane and the work that she has been involved with since last we spoke to her at ACYF 2015. She also talks about some of the fruits that have come out of her ministry and her music.