Melbourne’s Rainbow Jesuits

Written by Kathy Clubb   A Melbourne college run by Jesuits is fostering an environment which favours deviant sex but bullies Catholics who try to uphold traditional teaching on sexuality [...]

They have taken away my Lord

Written by Kathy Clubb “They say to her: Woman, why weepest thou? She saith to them: Because they have taken away my Lord; and I know not where they have laid him.” [John 20:13] Catholics in many [...]

Coronavirus and Holy Communion

Written by Kathy Clubb 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 from advice [...]

#LoveWins? Not for Wilson Gavin

Written by Kathy Clubb It was a great shock last week to learn of the death of young Queensland activist, Wilson Gavin, which happened under tragic circumstances. Wilson had been involved in a [...]

The two women of Tepeyac

Written by Kathy Clubb When Our Lady appeared on Tepeyac hill at Guadalupe five hundred years ago, the good effects her apparition made on the culture were immediately apparent. Conversion to the [...]

Catholics and the Craft

An interesting post by the PGM of South Australia, MW Bro Steve Michalak, regarding the stance of the Catholic Church and the craft. “During my term as Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of [...]

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