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A six-day voyage to some of the world’s most remote Catholic communities is just part of the job

Archbishop Georges Pontier’s call for a national unity will likely go unheeded as the nation heads for strikes and social unrest

‘If we want a different kind of country in the future, we need to start today with a conversion in our own hearts’

Michael Voris is a divisive figure, but he would say the Church herself is deeply divided

If the Australian Royal Commission get their way, no one will ever want to confess abuse again

Theology aside, there are practical and personal reasons why we High Anglicans don’t become Catholic

The saints were given to long periods of seclusion, silence, prayer and fasting

Modern German Catholic thought is influenced by a heretical view of God’s nature

A supposed ‘neurosis’ does not explain why so many Catholics have concerns about the present state of affairs

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