Why Homeschool?

Written by Marion O’Halloran Marion O’Halloran has been married to Brady for 19 years, has 6 children and has been Homeschooling for 14 years. Her father, Bernard Sadler, was one of the founding [...]

A Love of Learning? Why Not.

Written by Emma Button Emma Button is a catholic home schooling mother of 8 children from Sydney. An architect by training, Emma has a passion for art and literature. She and her husband Sam have [...]

Homeschooling like Samwise

Written by Monica Aarts Monica Aarts is married for seven years and is a mother of four daughters, has been homeschooling her children for around three years. Homeschooling is not for the faint [...]

Can you really do this?

Written by Helen Brearley Helen Brearley is married to Michael who is the Chairman of the Board of Directors of FLI. They live in the Southern Highlands town of Wingello and are well known around [...]

Ask me why I homeschool – I dare you

Written by Jane Gresser Jane Gresser, married for nearly 20 years, has been homeschooling for nearly 15 years. She and her husband, John, have 7 children. I’m a questioner. If you want me to do [...]

I am the Mother of the True God

Father Pius Mary Noonan’s homily from Gaudete Sunday Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe   Joy, light and peace: such are the dominant themes of today’s Mass. And with reason, for the coming of [...]

Survivors and the Seal of Confession

By James Parker, July 2020 What words does the phrase ‘child sexual abuse and the Catholic Church’ conjure up in your mind? Perhaps the words darkness, shame, secrets, destruction, the glory in [...]

Which black lives matter?

Written by Kathy Thompson   While it has been very unsettling to watch the chain of events underway in the US due to the death of George Floyd, it has been no less disquieting to see Black [...]

Coronavirus and Holy Communion

Written by Kathy Thompson   Reactions to the coronavirus from within the Church have been swift and in some cases startling. Many responses are based on common sense and are no different [...]

The State of New South Wales

A State in Slavery to Atheism Written by Michael Baker Published on Superflumina Babylonis Consider the realities in the Australian State of New South Wales.  Every day its peoples enjoy the [...]

Catholic schools have lost the plot

Written by Kathy Thompson   From worshipping in a mosque to getting sex ed from Mormons, Australia’s Catholic schools have definitely lost the plot. FLI has been reporting on this for [...]

What You Should Know About Gardasil

The Gardasil vaccine will be rolled out to boys age 12 and 13 in schools nationally from semester one next year. Year 9 boys will have a two-year catch-up program as well. It is expected 870,000 [...]

Synod on the Family

It was announced in October 2013 that a Synod on the family would be held in Rome during October 2014, followed by a General Synod of Bishops on the same topic in October of 2015. About 150 Synod [...]

Student Groups on Campus

Over the past year Sydney’s major universities have witnessed the emergence of several student bodies promoting intellectual discussion and philosophical debate over the major bioethical issues [...]

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