Academics and university leaders from around the world have reflected on Pope John Paul II’s vision for Catholic higher education in a new book launched by Australian Catholic University – Ex Corde Ecclesiae: Reflections after 30 Years.
Volume One of his prison diaries states, “No matter what you are going through, the Father has allowed it, for one reason or another.”
The three-part series by Cardinal George Pell is a must read for every Catholic, writes Michael Britton.
Universalis is one of the world’s most widely used apps for praying the Church’s Liturgy of the Hours. It began as a hobby, its creator Martin Kochanski says, before suddenly taking off and becoming more or less his full-time job.
From the historical Jesus and his disciples through to the present day, Greg Sheridan has written an impassioned, informed and utterly compelling case for the truth and importance of Christianity in our lives.
The Dawson Society has recently published a book titled 1968: Culture and Counterculture – A Catholic Critique, to be officially launched on 9 February at UNDA.