Book Review

Justice

Christ said 'render unto Caesar that which is Caesar's.' Ever since, theologians have pondered the perfect formula and purpose of divine and civil law. So what can these centuries of thought offer to a modern world of many Caesars?

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Book Review

Imelda Marcos cameo

An investigator is sent  to the Phillipines to examine the life of a Catholic priest murdered by Communist insurgents during the Marcos era. Was he a saint? A portrait emerges of a priest struggling with questions of faith in a corrupt world.

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Book Review

Augustus emperor

In 44 BC, when Julius Caesar was killed, Augustus was just a teenager in his household. On the 2000th anniversary of Augustus' death, this new history looks at the teenager's path to becoming one the most powerful men in Rome.

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Video

Video

Matisse in his chapel

Henri Matisse was an atheist... or so everybody thought. In his old age he employed a beautiful nurse. When she decided to become a nun, Matisse was moved to design a chapel. It was to be 'the crowning achievement' of his career.

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Living Catholic

Fr Isaac

St Joseph's Abbey, near Boston, Massachusetts has long sold jams and jellies. Now it has become the first monastery outside of Europe to join the elite club of brewing authentic Trappist beer.

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Subcategories

Mass on Demand

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From St Mary’s, North Sydney. The first Mass of the day on YouTube

Mass Online

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Live streamed from Our Lady of the Rosary Cathedral, Waitara

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Daily Prayer

Daily Prayer

All your daily readings, reflections and prayers can be found here... 

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