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#ACYF15 Archbishop Mark Coleridge Shares his Favourite Bible Verse

Last edited 9th July 2017

Archbishop Mark Coleridge, of the Brisbane Archdiocese, shares about his favourite Bible verse from the Gospel of John.


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The Parable of the Lost Son

Last edited 27th January 2016

This video reflects on the Parable of the Lost Son, the story of a father's great love and compassion for his sons.


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The Bible Society

Last edited 23rd February 2015

The aim of the society is to get the Bible, a collection of sixty-six books, written in three languages and covering more than a thousand years, to as many people as possible.

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Aquinas: The Biblical Approach of the Model Catholic Theologian

Last edited 28th January 2015

Throughout the ages, Thomas’ work has consistently been held out as a model for Catholic theology by the Catholic Church. While Thomas’ importance is seldom disputed, what is often overlooked is the fact that for Thomas, the study of Theology was to be first and foremost a biblical exercise. To those who think Catholicism ignores Scripture, think again: this is the man the Church holds up as the model of Catholic theology!


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Faith is Not Alone, Scripture is Not Alone, Grace is Not Alone. We Ought Not Separate what God has Joined.

Last edited 28th January 2015

There are a lot of “solos” sung by our Protestant brethren: Sola Fide (saved by faith alone), Sola Scriptura (Scripture alone is the rule of faith), and sola gratia (grace alone). (See the Protestant logo above.) Generally, one ought to be suspicious and careful of claims that things work “alone.” It is our usual experience that many things work together in harmony, that things are interrelated. Very seldom is anyone or anything “alone.”


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Women of the Bible Featuring Lot's Wife

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Women of the Bible Featuring Lot's Wife Lot's wife lived a tough life dwelling in the sinful place that was Sodom and Gomorrah. It is interesting to put yourself in her shoes, what did she think when her husband offered her virgin daughters to a crowd full of men wanting to rape the guests that were staying with them? Why did she disobey the angels orders turning back to see the evil town being destroyed? What can we learn from her story today? Lot's Wife's legacy in scripture - Read Genesis 19:1-26.

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Thinking About Drinking? The Bible, Alcohol, and You

Last edited 28th January 2015

Posted by Mark Hart from Life Teen: I talk to teenagers just about every day, and the conversations are often the same. They deal with the Bible and what the Church teaches and how challenging it can be to live a holy life in an unholy culture. I’d say that most teens that I talk to are truly looking for the Lord; some, however, are looking less for the Lord and more for the loopholes.


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Dr. Robert Tilley - The Bible is Catholic

Last edited 28th January 2015

Dr. Robert Tilley - The Bible is Catholic was a free series recorded in the Crypt of St Patrick’s Church Hill on five evenings in May 2013.This course is for those who wish to deepen their reading of Sacred Scripture. It explores how to read the Bible, the relationship between the Bible and Catholic Tradition, and how a Catholic reading of the Bible changes us.Dr. Robert Tilley currently lectures in Biblical Studies and ancient languages at the Catholic Institute of Sydney, and in 2012, at the University of Notre Dame. Dr. Tilley received his doctorate from the University of Sydney for a dissertation entitled, “Reading the Sacred Text” and is the author of “Benedict XVI and the Search for Truth.”

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Dr Robert Tilley: "The Bible is Catholic"

Last edited 28th January 2015

In this first week of The Bible is Catholic Dr Robert Tilley discusses the relationship between the word of God in the Bible and the Word of God made flesh in Jesus Christ. He then explores the inextricable connection between the Bible and the Body of Christ, by reference to the Body of Christ as Temple, the Body of Christ as Eucharist, and the Body of Christ as the Church of which Jesus Christ is the head (Eph 1:18-23; Col 1:15-20).


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Who Wrote the Bible, God or Humans?

Last edited 28th January 2015

This cartoon animation explains who wrote the Holy Bible. In an entertaining and educational way.

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