Recent Editorial

  • Editor’s Note

    Jan 28, 2022

    This Sunday we celebrate Catechetical Sunday – where traditionally, catechists are formally commissioned and rededicate themselves to this mission in their parish community.

  • Editor’s Note

    Jan 21, 2022

    While we Christians may still be divided on many theological and ecclesiological issues, we are somehow already united in the “ecumenism of blood” and the “ecumenism of charity”.

  • Editor’s Note

    Jan 14, 2022

    During his first general audience of 2022, Pope Francis gave a lovely catechesis on St Joseph and adoption. You may have missed it because the Holy Father also made an off-the-cuff comment about how some couples sadly choose to have “dogs and cats take the place of children” in their homes.

  • Editor’s Note

    Jan 08, 2022

    We hope you enjoy reading this issue as much as we have enjoyed putting it together.

  • Editor’s Note: Here’s to new beginnings!

    Jan 01, 2022

    The ushering in of the New Year sometimes brings about mixed feelings. On the one hand, we are excited about new beginnings and more interesting possibilities; on the other hand, we are apprehensive about what the future will unfold.

  • Let’s celebrate a countercultural Christmas

    Dec 17, 2021

    In Myanmar’s ethnic regions where Christians predominate, the sounds of gunfire, fighter jets and heavy weapons have replaced the sounds of carols.

  • Vatican produces liturgical rite for institution of catechists

    Dec 17, 2021

    The Prefect for the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments says “the publication of the Rite of Institution of Catechists offers a further opportunity for reflection on the theology of ministries in order to arrive at an organic vision of the distinct ministerial realities.”

  • ‘Vaccine passports’ to attend Mass?

    Dec 11, 2021

    The New Zealand Government has introduced a new COVID-19 Protection Framework called the Traffic Light System.

  • Commentary: A voice cries out

    Dec 11, 2021

    As a Church, we cannot expect our divisions to be healed if we miss the opportunities to authentically listen and to allow the listening to lead us to a new way of being.

  • We want to hear your story

    Dec 03, 2021

    Each of us has a story of our life’s journey – a story of joys and sorrows, accomplishments and disappointments, love and loss. And now, the Holy Father has asked us to journey together and to listen to one another during the Synodal process.