Helenka Pasztetnik introduces the story of Dr Sr Mary Glowrey, an Australian born woman who spent most of her life ministering to the sick in India.
Emma Fradd and Zac Parnell explore what NET ministries is all about and how to approach discernment of big life decisions.
Deacon Harold examines how family life is a path to sanctity and how the life-giving power of the sacraments enable us to speak the truth in love.
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.
Bishop Barron explores whether there is a hyper-stress placed on the parish, and whether this may be out of step with current needs of evangelisation today.
Dave Jorna shares about Project Hatch, which aims to enable young people to understand themselves and others as well as empowering them on their faith journey.
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.