Interesting Articles

We are curating a selection of interesting articles for our parishioners. See below for links:

5 November 2020

Pope Francis’ Fratelli Tutti: On Fraternity and Social Friendship
This study guide offers key points and quotes from each chapter of Fratelli Tutti, along with reflection questions and the two prayers that Pope Francis includes at the end of the encyclical. Published by  the Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns, the guide enables individuals and small groups to learn Pope Francis’ teachings and use them to build peace and solidarity in their relationships, community, and world.

Good intentions are not good enough
The absence of women in the language of the Church matters enormously. Invisibility in words equates with invisibility in consciousness and significance, writes Sister Patty Fawkner SGS.

The effects of Corona – the virus not the beer!
While Society seemed to continue on as normal in many ways, the Churches seemed to have lost their role. 

13 October 2020

Five keys to understanding the encyclical Fratelli tutti

Issues-for-Consideration-at-the-Plenary Council – Fr Terry Kean
The Plenary Council has of course been delayed because of COVID- 19, but the issues have probably only become more urgent. As to how we will regather as a Church, not only in Australia but across the world, is a question that all of us will find very challenging.

7 October 2020

Pope releases apostolic letter on sacred Scripture – Junno Arocho
In an apostolic letter dedicated to Sacred Scripture, Pope Francis said that even today, Christians can learn new things
from the countless translations of the Bible that exist.

Five things to look for in Pope Francis new encyclical Fratelli Tutti – Thomas Reese
Fratelli Tutti (“Brothers all”), the new papal encyclical on fraternity and social friendship, is an important teaching document that must be read by anyone who wants to know where Pope Francis is coming from.

Keep Walking – Gillian Bouros
We have to acknowledge and accept that the COVID-19 pandemic has changed almost everything in life. But it also has to be admitted that some unexpected changes are for the better.

Sense of the Faithful Reflection on the Working Document – Oct 2020
The Plenary Council process has moved to the critical stage of preparing the documents and agenda for the first assembly, to be held in October 2021. As a result, four individuals have the challenging, indeed daunting, task of preparing the Working Document (or Instrumentum Laboris) for the Council.

2nd October 2020

Looking to Future Governance of our Church –  Fr Frank Brennan

A Journey of Discernment (The Plenary Council) – Rev Timothy Costelloe

24th September 2020

Busting myths you might believe about Aboriginal Australia – Creative Spirits

Whither the Christian Church – In search of a ‘new normal’ (without the pointy hats) – Chris Ahrends

An aged perspective – Andrew Hamilton

22nd September 2020

Pope Francis and the idea of progress – Giandomenico Mucci, SJ

Some simple but urgent guidance to get us through these next months – Richard Rohr

15th September 2020

A rich inner life might be only upside of this invincible pandemic – Waleed Aly

Aged Care as part of a National Care Service – Ray Bricknell

Praying for ourselves and our planet – Fr Andrew Hamilton

The Vatican and the post-pandemic world order  – Massimo Faggioli

3rd September 2020

COVID-19_ an opportunity for cultivating a fresh approach to spirituality_ _ The Sisters of The Good Samaritan

ARNAUD-BEVILACQUA_The-Good-Fruits-of-the-COVID-19-Eucharistic-Fast-July-2020

Love Alone Overcomes Fear Richard Rohr 19 March 2020

Real Presence – Richard Rohr

 

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