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Ashley Madison and an Examination of Conscience

Last edited 27th August 2015

You might have seen that the subscriber data taken from the Ashley Madison website when it was hacked last month has been leaked, as the hackers had promised. Just to recap, a vigilante group calling itself the Impact Team had hacked in to the site, posting a message that they would release customer records including names, addresses and email addresses, photographs and more unless the site was taken down permanently.


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Biblical Teaching on the Use of Colorful and Harsh Language

Last edited 24th August 2015

In the Sermon on the Mount, the Lord warns of using uncivil and/or hateful words such as “Raqa” and “fool.” And yet the same Lord Jesus often used very strong language toward some of His opponents, sometimes calling them names such as vipers and hypocrites.


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FRANKLY: A Game-Changer in Catholic Parish Life

Last edited 21st August 2015

Bursting onto the Catholic scene in parishes this Christmas, FRANKLY is a fresh new publication that will be a power house in evangelisation and a counter-balance to secular negativity about the Church.


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Meeting of the Minds on Social Issues Launches Groundbreaking Forum in Sydney

Last edited 20th August 2015

Booked out more than a week ahead, last night's inaugural QndA forum at the University of Notre Dame, Sydney was a resounding success with important issues such as racism, euthanasia, the impact of social media, same sex marriage and the persecution of Christians discussed in depth, without rancour or rudeness.


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Captain America: Superheroes Analyzed

Last edited 21st August 2015

When you were young, did you dream of being a superhero? In this video, Fr Mike Schmitz reflects on why Captain America is a true Christian superhero.


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Cubans Welcome Upcoming Papal Visit

Last edited 18th August 2015

A Cuban psychologist living in the U.S. discusses the importance of Pope Francis' upcoming visit to Cuba for Cubans who reside in and outside the island nation. Video by Catholic News Service.

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Peter Kreeft - How to Win the Culture War

Last edited 10th August 2015

Dr. Peter Kreeft, professor of philosophy at Boston College, speaks at Franciscan University of Steubenville. His talk was titled, "How to Win the Culture War: A Christian Battle Plan for a Society in Crisis." His talk was part of the Distinguished Speakers Series.

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Fr Barron on Planned Parenthood & the Loss of Human Dignity

Last edited 30th July 2015

The recently released videos featuring Planned Parenthood employees bartering body parts of aborted infants are startling and appalling. Our gut reaction brings forth dialogue about the human person and the dignity of life, the argument for which is not based upon sentimentality or compassion but rests firmly upon a belief in the existence of God.

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Mind's Refuge - A Time Lapse

Last edited 29th July 2015

Times of desperation mercifully reveal what is constantly true: Our only hope is God in Christ. What an inspiration video to share with your students or youth group!

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Australia's Catholics Restore Hope in Iraq Through Education

Last edited 23rd July 2015

Catholics in Iraq are 'challenging' the Islamic State not with weapons or violence but through education and teaching, thanks to the contribution and support of Australian Catholic University. This October courses will begin at the Catholic University of Erbil, which was desired by the Chaldean Church in Iraq as a concrete way to aid the Christian youth in the Middle East.


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