Writing in CathNews Australia, Gerry Arbuckle says that “Fundamentalism is not confined to Islamic religions. In fact fundamentalist movements are to be found in all society and religions, including Catholic Christianity”. [Read more…] about Catholics can be Fundamentalists too
The 2011 Martin D’Arcy Memorial Lectures are being delivered by Rev Dr Gerald Arbuckle SM. The series of lectures is entitled “Healthcare in Chaos: Model in Conflict”. [Read more…] about Martin D’Arcy Memorial Lectures: Healthcare in Chaos
The St Patrick’s Courtyard Coffee Shop is a valuable part of the Marist parish ministry at St Patrick’s on the Rocks, Sydney.
The St Pat’s Coffee Shop provides a peaceful venue bringing people together for friendship and for some it’s a place where they can find a listening ear.
The founder of the Coffee Shop, Sr Judith de Montfort SMSM, is still the coordinator of forty-six volunteer workers who work from 10am – 2pm Sunday to Friday. Eighteen of these belonged to the original group of volunteers!
The St Patrick’s Courtyard Coffee Shop is housed in the former Sisters of Mercy Chapel. The chapel along with the convent were refurbished in the late 1990’s and converted into the coffee shop and presbytery.
The Marist City and Marist Internet Ministries were both on fire Thursday. Literally. [Read more…] about Marist ministries on fire
The Newtown budget and advocacy service wants people to know it exists and can help anyone with budgeting issues. [Read more…] about Marist priest helps with budgeting and advocacy
The Marist’s Pa Maria Ministry provide a number of ways for busy people to grab moments of tranquility and to use them to look at the world with new eyes.
On Tuesday Pa Maria launched Pray the News, an Internet-based service that provides an opportunity to see the news with fresh eyes.