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100 Days: The Papacy and the Family

The Synod of Bishops on the Family begins at the Vatican in approximately 100 days. The prophetic voice of recent popes can provide those gathering in Rome with a consistent, clear and coherent vision of marriage and the family. 

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What I Want is Mercy, Not Sacrilege: The Dangers of “Routine Communions”

What I Want is Mercy, Not Sacrilege: The Dangers  of “Routine Communions”

Next month marks the centenary of the death of Pope Saint Pius X, the great papal promoter of frequent communion. While infinite graces have flowed from this pious practice, Tim Finigan now assesses the dangers that can arise when the Eucharist is viewed as a human prize rather than a divine privilege. 

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Gaining Ground: The ProLife Movement on Campus

Gaining Ground: The ProLife Movement on Campus

Founded two years ago, the Alliance of Pro-Life Students is a youth-led organisation dedicated to equipping young people at university campuses nationwide to start and sustain pro-life societies. The group’s incoming chairman, Niall O Coinleáin, told Faith Magazine why he believes the pro-life cause on campus is gaining ground.

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Marriage: A Divine Adventure

Marriage: A Divine Adventure

With much debate surrounding the family dwelling upon issues such as divorce, remarriage and artificial contraception, Cormac Burke believes the main focus of discussion should be marriage itself, which he describes as a “conjoint family project” that is at the same time “a very attractive and divine mission”.

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What has Ethiopia to Teach us?

What has Ethiopia to Teach us?

The introduction of Christianity to Ethiopia is charted in the Acts of the Apostles. The contemporary story of this ancient Christian church, though, has much to teach us, says Bishop Michael Nazir-Ali.

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What has Ethiopia to Teach us?

What has Ethiopia to Teach us?
Bishop Michael Nazir-Ali FAITH MAGAZINE July-August 2014The introduction of Christianity to Ethiopia is charted in the Acts of the Apostles. The contemporary story of this ancient Christian church, though, has much to teach us, says Bishop Michael Nazir-Ali.The St Frumentius Lectures in Addi...
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FAQ: What does being Confirmed mean?

FAQ: What does being Confirmed mean?
We are made members of the Body of Christ through receiving three sacraments - Baptism, Confirmation,  which we receive only once, and the Holy Eucharist which is Christ Himself. Confirmation completes and strengthens ('confirms') the spiritual “character” and belonging t...
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New edition of Faith Magazine online!

New edition of Faith Magazine online!
The New July-August edition of Faith Magazine is now online. ...
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