Fr John Flader meditates on the total faithfulness of Mary. He also explores how we can learn from this example of faithfulness from her.
Prof Margaret Somerville draws on her experience in various ethics and policy debates to answer the question: “Why are conservative values so difficult to present in mainstream media?”
Fr Michael Doody reflects on the privileged gift of the priesthood, and how they are – like the apostles who came before them – mere human beings.
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.
Luke and Victoria discuss Humanae Vitae, and how the document – along with the acceptance and rejection of it – has affected their lives.
Bishop Barron comments on the Catholic Church’s welcome to all: which is not an openness with no demands, but an invitation to all to conform to Christ.
Erik Peacock explores the phenomenon of cultural Marxism as distinct from classical Marxism and proposes strategies to defeat its influence in the world today.