Rachel Wong explores aspects of popular feminism today, the distortion of freedom and equality to the detriment of women, and how feminism can be improved.
Archbishop Julian Porteous continues his reflection for Catholic Care Tasmania, urging us to meditate on the profound dignity and worth of the human person.
Archbishop Julian Porteous leads us in a reflection on the purpose of the Human Person and offers insights from his own ‘mid-life crisis’.
Dr Gary Johns speaks about the postmodern culture and how it has influenced the contemporary world, and the idea of shaping one’s identity in relation to race and culture.
Fr Gary explores the virtue of poverty as exemplified in the life and spirituality of St Clare of Assisi and her gaze at Christ.
Alex Sidhu reflects on some of the dangerous trends occurring in education, inherited from Enlightenment epistemology.
Fr Bernard Morawski explores the life of St Angelo of Acri who gives us a great example of evangelisation, missionary zeal and humility.