Something worth dying for – Saint Valentine’s Day

On February 14 every year, couples around the world celebrate one of the heroes of Catholic history.   As the story goes, Valentine was a Roman priest who married young couples in secret despite the decree of Emperor Claudius II forbidding all weddings.

Something worth dying for – Saint Valentine’s Day2021-02-26T11:02:31+11:00

Marriage or Matrimony?

People call a lot of relationships ‘marriage’. Everything from cohabitation (common law marriage) to civil contracts (secular marriage) to the Judeo-Christian concept of covenant. In a Christian marriage there is a desire

Marriage or Matrimony?2015-01-15T14:55:50+11:00

Engaged Couples Ask Pope Questions

On the feast of St Valentine's Day, Pope Francis answered the questions of three engaged couples in St. Peter's Square, with an audience of 20 000 other young engaged couples. Here

Engaged Couples Ask Pope Questions2020-07-07T10:46:03+10:00

The Language of Love

A sacrament makes visible in a human way something that is invisible or spiritual. In other words, a sacrament images and reveals the mystery of God. Every sacrament has two key aspects

The Language of Love2015-01-15T15:05:11+11:00

A Living Sign

It is no coincidence that Christ’s love can be expressed in sexual terms: His desire to be one with us How passionately He pursues us How He gives His body and allows

A Living Sign2015-01-15T15:06:11+11:00
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