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.
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.
Fr Michel Remery of ‘Tweeting with GOD’ speaks about his initiative, and how it came to be. He goes on to speak about the state of the Church in the Netherlands, and the way the youth have an inherent desire for truth, and spiritual nourishment.
Fiona Basille discusses her involvement with the new Highway and Byways movement, which aims to continue the charism, vision and mission of the Missionary Sisters of Service: outreach and being led by the Holy Spirit.
Fr Stefan Matuszek draws 3 lessons from the cleansing of the Temple: about Jesus Christ, about ourselves, and about the call to evangelisation. This homily is for the 3rd Sunday of Lent.
Steph Unger talks about her role as Project Officer for Student Formation for Catholic Education, Brisbane and the work that she has been involved with since last we spoke to her at ACYF 2015. She also talks about some of the fruits that have come out of her ministry and her music.