Kiara and Luke discuss Mary Beard’s SPQR: A History of Ancient Rome, exploring the crisis of identity in both the ancient Roman and modern worlds.
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Daniel Nour speaks with Ursula Rakova on the topic of climate change and its effects on the people of Papua New Guinea and their cultural preservation.
Victoria and Luke continue to look at Evelyn Waugh’s Brideshead Revisited, discussing the grace woven through the book, and the power of Julia’s choice.
Luke & Victoria explore Evelyn Waugh’s Brideshead Revisited, discussing the book’s strange hope amidst a series of disasters and its demonstration of “gritty grace”.
Daniel Nour and Negaya Chorley from Caritas Australia to explore how climate change impacts upon third world countries. Together they explore how climate change has heightened the effects felt by climate refugees.
50 years after the publication of Humanae Vitae (“On the Regulation of Birth”), Archbishop Julian explores the opportunity to rediscover the essential truth about love and relationships which Pope Paul VI proclaims.
Archbishop Julian provides thoughts on renewed calls for euthanasia legislation in the Tasmanian parliament, and offers a positive Christian alternative which promotes a “good death” for those at the end of their life.
Archbishop Julian reflects upon Placuit Deo by explaining why we are not saved by spiritualist knowledge or individualist effort, but by the grace, mercy and action of God. Archbishop Julian also describes how the Church offers an antidote to these problems.