April 3, 2017

Archbishop Timothy Costelloe on Pope Francis’ Apostolic Exhortation Amoris Laetitia

by Dawson Society

By Josh Low for The eRecord Archbishop Timothy Costelloe has this week reiterated Pope Francis’ call to be humble and realistic, in the acknowledgment that the way we present our Christian beliefs and treat others has helped contribute to the problematic …

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September 19, 2016

WA Humanities Symposium

by Tom Gourlay

The WA Humanities Symposium is a three day interdisciplinary conference showcasing the diverse nature of research and scholarship in the humanities in Western Australia. We hope you will join us in the renewal of this historic and fruitful event. 8 …

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June 15, 2016

Sacramental sustenance in the ecclesial field hospital

by Tom Gourlay

(from Catholic World Report) If the last two years of Synods and the resulting Apostolic Exhortation have taught us anything, it is that the question of allowing civilly divorced and remarried Catholics to receive communion is not one which is …

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October 8, 2015

Hobbits as agents of evangelisation – Dr Sweeney speaks at Dawson Society

by Tom Gourlay

By Dr Marco Ceccarelli In the latest instalment of the Dawson Society for Philosophy and Culture Speakers’ Forum, Dr Conor Sweeny, from Melbourne’s John Paul II Institute for Marriage and Family, led his audience on an unusual yet intriguing journey …

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September 10, 2015

The Merciful Call to Holiness

by Tom Gourlay

The Merciful Call to Holiness  Addressing the Dualism Between Mercy and Doctrine in Cardinal Kasper’s Proposal Ever since it was first floated in his 1977 work, Cardinal Walter Kasper’s proposal to apply mercy to those suffering outside full communion with …

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