Emma Fradd and Zac Parnell explore what NET ministries is all about and how to approach discernment of big life decisions.
Patricia Mowbray discusses her work with people with disability, and gives valuable insight into how people with disabilities can participate in the life and growth of the Church.
Bishop Richard Umbers explores the hope in the new generation of young Catholics and what this means. He also shares about his time as a newly appointed bishop.
Hayden Ramsay discusses the role of the Catholic universities in the life and growth of the Church and how it responds to the mission and worship of the Church.
Bishop Christopher Saunder explores the beautiful ways in which indigenous people enrich the Church through their own culture and traditions.
Dr Robert Tilley highlights the authentic roots of Joy, and emphasises the importance of silence and contemplation in the midst of our crowded lives.
Deacon Adrian Gomez of the Diocese of Broken Bay takes a look at the permanent diaconate and its role and function in the Catholic Church. He also shares some of his experiences thus far as a newly ordained deacon.
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.