Autumn 2021

Stations of the Cross

1 March 2021 You can read the transcript from the Redemptorist’s website here: Credit: The images of stations used in our production were painted by John Dunn: via the Aboriginal Catholic Ministry: Share this article Share on facebook Share on google Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on pinterest Share on print Share on email

Lest We Forget

Most years there are large crowds in St Peter’s Square at midday on Sundays when the Pope comes to a window to lead the Angelus. For the past year, though, the square has been almost empty. Because of the Covid pandemic, people have not been gathering. This was the case on December 27. Apart from a few security guards, there was no one in the square. Yet this did not stop Pope Francis from leading the Angelus and offering a reflection.


1 March 2021 The Majellan has long been a strong supporter of the family and, in its early days, was even known as the Champion of the Family. Majellan writers provided sound advice about what mum and dad could do to help their relationship if they were experiencing difficulties and tips on how best to …

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Reigniting Hope

Four candles – Peace, Faith, Love and Hope – were having a conversation. They all said they were no longer valued by today’s world. One by one, the light of Peace, Faith and Love slowly diminished and then disappeared completely.

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