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Thankyou 2014 TV Commercial
Last edited 6th April 2014

Introducing Thankyou's new TV commercial that aims to showcase their range of life-changing products and educate Australia on the meaning of social enterprise. Thankyou is a social enterprise that exists for the sole purpose of funding life-changing projects in developing nations with 100 per cent of profits going towards water, food and health and hygiene solutions.


Big Ideas with Professor Hayden Ramsay
Last edited 2nd April 2014

What are the big ideas that face the Catholic Church? How can young people engage with our modern Church? Where can we start when searching for the truth? Is there any hope for people who believe in God? In this interview with, Professor Hayden Ramsey shares an insight into the big ideas facing the modern Catholic Church, and challenges us during these last days of Lent to think about our intellect, and to stop and think about some of the big questions that face society today.


#AskFrBarron - What Is Natural Law?
Last edited 31st March 2014

Theologians and philosophers often use the term "natural law" - but what does this actually mean? Find out in this video by Fr. Robert Barron!

Where Are You Going? Video by Christopher Stefanick
Last edited 28th March 2014

Life doesn't end here. Thinking about eternity doesn't only help us end up where we'd want to be FOREVER, it helps us live life to the full HERE AND NOW. This video by Christopher Stefanick is a great reflection on the meaning of our life and death, and the beauty of God's plan for us.

Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks: How the Bible has shaped the West
Last edited 26th March 2014

One of the most interesting minds in Britain today is Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks, the former chief rabbi of the United Kingdom. A philosopher and public intellectual as well as a scholar of Judaism, he was recently appointed Professor of Law, Ethics & the Bible at King’s College London.


Pope Francis welcomes Jean Vanier, founder of L'Arche Foundation
Last edited 26th March 2014

Pope Francis met with the founder of L'Arche foundation, Jean Venier. Since 1964, the movement has been defending the dignity of the disabled and promoting their integration in society.


Should Christianity Still Have a Voice in the Public Square?
Last edited 19th March 2014

Hardly a day goes by without mention in the press of an apparent collision between Christianity and today’s so-called ‘secular culture.’So should Christianity still have a voice in the public square?’ Bishop Philip Egan from the Diocese of Portsmouth gave an address on this topic recently at Kings College London.


A Conversation about Atheism
Last edited 2nd April 2014

1 April has become known as "World Atheist Day" - so in today's feature, we are going to look at the meaning of atheism, arguments for and against the existence of God, and examine some of the reasoning of modern day "celebrity" atheists such as Richard Dawkins and Peter Singer.


Learning From a Jewish Philosopher Admired by John Paul II
Last edited 29th January 2014

As well as being a voice for those whose voices were silenced by oppressive regimes, Pope John Paul II was a scholar and intellectual, and one of the philosophers he admired was Emmanuel Levinas (1906-1995), a Lithuanian-French Jewish philosopher.


New Vatican Document: Christian Opposition to Violence
Last edited 22nd January 2014

A new document on religion and violence has been released by the Vatican, particularly addressing the claim by critics of religion that there is a direct link between religion and violence. In this document, Catholic theologians illustrate, on the basis of the truth of Jesus Christ, the relationship between the revelation of God and a non-violent humanism.


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