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The Catholic Church has emerged as a potential saviour for a doomed Uniting Church college near Melbourne.
Religious laws are evident everywhere, including not having to push the button at pedestrian crossings to avoid work on the Sabbath, writes Jane Rees.
Looking back can be enjoyable, heart-warming, comforting. It’s called nostalgia, and we all like to indulge from time to time. But it becomes counterproductive if we try to spend all our time there, writes Mariette Ulrich.
One of the most powerful experiences schools can offer students is to take them out of their comfort zones, to have them experience the lives of others first-hand.
Thursday is the Feast of All Saints, and Fr Jack Collins is in the streets of New York City’s East Village to find out what people know about the saints.
"Arbitrage" in the name of the movie is a metaphor for the behaviour of the central character, corporation high flyer, Robert Martin, concerning his life and risks as patriarch of his family (his word) and the interests and risks of his financial empire.
Jesus answered, “Hear, O Israel: the Lord our God, the Lord is one; you shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind, and with all your strength.”
Deuteronomy said: “You must love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul and with all your strength.” Leviticus taught: “You must love your neighbour as yourself.” Now Jesus comes along and combines the two commandments into one, writes Sr Hildegard Ryan OSB.
In the centuries following Jesus’ ministry on Earth, many of the Church’s greatest theologians contemplated, and wrote on, the great “love poem” of the Bible, the Song of Songs, writes Dr Carmel Bendon Davis.
Mike lived next door to Yahaira and her husband. A serious car accident left him severely handicapped and dependent on others. Yahaira was happy to help Mike anytime he called, writes Dr John Frauenfelder.
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Gospel Verse for 20 May 2013