Catholic Social Teaching covers all spheres of life – the economic, political, personal and spiritual. With human dignity at its centre, a holistic approach to development founded on the principles of CST, is what Pope Paul VI called ‘authentic development’.
This was a time in the history of the biblical world that was extraordinarily complex. Three major forces were at work, contributing to and shaping the world into which Jesus came and in which the NT was written: Greek culture,
This webpage has been developed to support ministries in developing their understanding of Mercy and the key themes of this Jubilee Year. The first section of the page contains news items which will feature ways that people in the Mercy community are
A well-known word that is close in meaning to ‘liturgy’ is the word ‘worship’. But while worship can be done privately, ‘liturgy’ is always a public, group activity. A working definition of ‘liturgy’ that is helpful is ‘The official, public
The rosary is a powerful spiritual tool for meditation. While meditation grows in popularity as a means to better mental, physical, and spiritual health, many people, including many Catholics, overlook the rosary as a meditative tool. It is sometimes seen
In this video, we explore the original meaning of the biblical concept of “spirit” and what it means that God’s Spirit is personally present in all of creation. Ultimately, the Spirit was revealed through Jesus and sent out into the
These resources will help you to embed social justice across the curriculum and to inspire your students to “be more”, for the sake of the poorest in our world.
The National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Catholic Council promotes and celebrates the cultural identity of our peoples across the nation. By Living and expressing in all its endeavours the spirituality of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Catholic peoples. Through