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The Federal Coalition has pledged to retain the existing education funding model, even though the Gonski report said it was “unnecessarily complex” and lacked “coherence and transparency”.
Anthea and Peter, who married in September 2010, were told their wish to be parents would remain unrealised. But there was a surprise in store.
"I don’t think politics should be brought into the pulpit," said a gentleman mass-goer to Jesuit Refugee Service Director Fr Aloysious Mowe. "You upset my wife: she wanted to walk out during your homily."
In marketing it is said that it is not the sausage that sells the sandwich, it’s the smell and the crackling of meat on a grill. A sizzle word is one which attracts attention, writes Brett Murray.
A video from the community at hiddentreasure.net.au offering a magnificent tour of the Catholic Church, including its origins, teachings, mission and people.
Why are people even bothering with The Shire? The genre is ‘dramality’ and something that we should all be wary of. Let's opt for Downton Abbey instead, writes Juliette Hughes.
Jesus answered them, “Do not work for the food that perishes, but for the food that endures for eternal life, which the Son of Man will give you.”
Sunday's Gospel culminates in one of the “I am” sayings of John’s Gospel. In this case it is “I am the Bread of Life. Those who come to me will never be hungry. Those who believe I me will never thirst.”
One day it happens that a familiar face turns up on campus. Noticing the teacher who taught him, he approaches eagerly, smiling face and bright eyes. The teacher recognises that smile, knows the face, but has forgotten the name. An opportunity missed, writes Sr Margaret Ghosn.
The Sign of the Cross, and the words of baptism that go with it, recall our own entry into the community of Christ’s kingdom. As Mass, the gathered assembly marks itself as dedicated by baptism to stand by the cross of Jesus, writes Dr Gerard Moore.
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Gospel Verse for 22 May 2013