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”.
Paul Elarde explores the authenticity of the Shroud of Turin and what it is claimed to be. He shares scientific findings that have been made from the latest scientific testing, including carbon dating.
Bishop Christopher Saunder explores the beautiful ways in which indigenous people enrich the Church through their own culture and traditions.
Thérèse Nichols shares about how her charity ‘OnePlate’ came to be. As well as embracing the food culture of Australia, the charity also aims to improve the livelihood of third world countries by providing agricultural training courses.
James Parker talks about growth and the stages of development, and explains the importance of growing up in a healthy, loving environment.
Bishop Robert Barron explains that Michelle Wolf’s recent comment on abortion at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner was not only a bad joke, but an indicator of a throwaway culture in which the elite thoughtlessly discard the vulnerable.
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.
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.