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.
Nigel Zimmermann explores the erasure of Christianity from the Australian public square, and how Christians can respond to this environment by becoming “creative minorities” to revive society.
Fr Stefan Matuszek explains what faithfulness is, how we can be faithful through receptivity, and four steps to being responsive to God.
Fr Michael Doody reflects on Jesus’ commissioning of St Peter to discuss the Magisterium, Papal infallibility, Reconciliation, and the need to trust God’s promise for His Church.
Bishop Tony Randazzo explains in this interview how his family, the Church and a personal relationship with Jesus Christ led him to the priesthood.
Archbishop Julian Porteous explains how the Holy Spirit gives life and power to the Church by empowering people to live as Christians.
Bishop Robert Barron explains that the fundamental value of Christianity is love, and explores whether love is always inclusive, tolerant and diverse.
Fr Albert Wasniowski speaks on who St Peter is for the Church, and what his encounters with Christ teach us about Mercy and humility.