Recently I had occasion to meet some folks with whom I had travelled to the Holy Land on pilgrimage. Going on pilgrimage is one of life’s great enrichers.
Walking the extra mile, turning the other cheek, and making our virtue more than skin deep are all clauses of the New Covenant.
While thinking about what I should be doing in my life, I realised that sharing the Good News of Jesus and his power in our lives was by far most important.
What is my highest purpose? Why am I here? What should I do? These are questions we must confront if we are serious about living a meaningful life.
How would you respond to, “Are you a Catholic?” Would you answer with what you consume, or would you answer from an intimate relationship with God?
The rate of Sunday Mass attendance among Maronite Catholics is 49.6%, compared to a national rate of 11.8%. They must be doing something right!
While the election of the Morrison government may feel like a reprieve, the task ahead is the same as it would have been in the event of an ALP victory.
For at least the past 50 years a rising secular culture in which the Church is meant to be a leaven has had the better of efforts to evangelise.
The annual Parousia Media Fundraising Dinner was held in Sydney last Friday. It was the most successful fundraiser we’ve ever had!