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By the Reverend Monsignor Harry Entwistle, Ordinary April, 2018 In March of this year I posted an article written by Ross Douthat for the New York Times entitled ‘Pope Francis is Beloved. His Papacy might be a Disaster’. One of the comment
By the Reverend Monsignor Harry Entwistle, Ordinary January, 2018 As we begin this New Year the Church in Australia will be considering its response to the findings of the Royal Commission on Institutional Responses to Sexual Abuse, to the SSM vote,
By the Reverend Monsignor Harry Entwistle, Ordinary December, 2017 The past twenty years has seen a significant shift in how our Australian society sees itself. An increasing number of people refuse to acknowledge that there is more to life than the
By the Reverend Monsignor Harry, Ordinary September, 2017 St Ninians & St Chads Parish, Perth St Paul’s Catholic Church, Mt Lawley Throughout my many years of Christian ministry in the Anglican Church there have been many changes in how the Ch
During the recent Bishops’ Conference, Bishop Greg Homeming of Lismore offered a reflection focusing on the challenges the Catholic Church in Australia faces at this time. There is no doubt that the Church is weaker than it was, both in numbers of
Now that Divine Worship:The Missal has reintroduced the naming of the three weeks before Ash Wednesday as Septuagesima, Sexagesima and Quinquagesima, we have an opportunity to reflect more about how we will observe the season of Lent. On the first da
2016 is being widely described as a year of horror, even cursed. More balanced commentators describe it as the year of revolution in which changes in the political and economic landscapes have begun to take place in the Western world. Revolutions usu