Memoir of a Sodomite Cleric

Written by Kathy Clubb   Late in 2022, a group of faithful Catholics gathered in a Sydney church to pray the Rosary. Some were parishioners, others had come from afar; all were there for the [...]

Adoption and Spiritual Motherhood

Written by Kathy Clubb   “Everywhere the need exists for maternal sympathy and help, and thus we are able to recapitulate in the one word motherliness that which we have developed as the [...]

40 Days for Life at the Exclusion Zone

Written by Kathy Clubb   It seems like a lifetime since I was in the thick of a legal battle to stop Victoria’s abortion exclusion zones, a struggle which went all the way to the High Court [...]

A Rose among the Synodal Thorns

Written by Kathy Clubb   When Archbishop Fulton Sheen wrote that the Our Lord’s crowning with thorns was suffered by Him in reparation for sins of the intellect, he could have had in mind [...]

Of What Are Our Universities Afraid?

Written by Kathy Clubb   The concept of the university was envisaged some 800 years ago, and was established as universitas magistrorum et scholarium – a community of teachers and scholars. [...]

Democracy’s Window is Closing

Written by Kathy Clubb Reignite Democracy Australia (RDA) has been one of the country’s most successful grassroots movements in recent times, galvanising the widespread opposition to harsh COVID [...]

Abortion Doulas now in Australia

Written by Kathy Clubb   A doula is a female birth attendant, who traditionally has provided non-medical support to a labouring mother. Her role has always been distinct from that of the [...]

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