Fr Richard Umbers speaks on the rise of the secular age, its difference from a Christian worldview, and how Christians should approach it.
Fr Scot Armstrong highlights some of the key modern issues in light of Christopher Dawson, and how the moral dilemma facing our world today is spiritual.
Dr. Matthew Tan looks at popular media to help us explore the deep linkages that pop culture’s trope of escape has with the Christian tradition.
Exploring Chesterton and Dawson, Karl Schmude highlights significant points of complementary and difference, not only in their stature, but their writing.
Dr Philippa Martyr speaks about mental health in our contemporary society and the insights of the Catholic intellectual and anthropological tradition.
Archbishop Timothy Costelloe explains what it means to be a Christian and to be deeply immersed in the Church, and our role as the body of Christ.
Professor Matthew Ogilvie talks about ideas having consequences, particularly the ideas that concern our perception of the nature of God and our humanity.
Senator Joe Bullock of the Australian Labor Party talks about men and woman of faith being called to action by involving themselves in the political arena.