eBulletin - Vol 13 No. 7


From the Director - After being a priest for 50 years

Different communities express their beliefs and self-understandings differently. Being a Columban meant not only learning more about myself,…
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Bequeathed deformity of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

What about her future children? “That,” the doctor explained, “depended on many factors. Who she married being a big one.” He figured it would…
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A Church that is inclusive, participatory and synodal

Today who might be the outcasts? I guess the repentant paedophiles would be there; Muslims in high rises; aboriginals having a relaxed ale on…
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Grandad what did you do in the Covid-19 war?

Being a vulnerable “oldie”, I found myself thinking about my mortality. Though not being aware of anything serious in my health profile, reality…
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Interreligious Dialogue - There is no alternative

As a Christian, for me the most compelling reason for dialogue is the Holy Trinity. God is a community of infinite, eternal love between the…
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Reflection - Forgiveness by doing it and being it

In a world of extraordinary violence and hatred over race and politics and so many other divisions which cause us such trouble and sorrow, we…
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Meet a Columban - Rev Dr Charles Rue

In this week's episode of Meet a Columban, Regional Director of Oceania Fr Trevor Trotter SSC speaks with Columban Rev Dr Charles Rue.
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2021 Columban Catholic Art Calendar

The Columban Art Calendar is an iconic Catholic Calendar, well-known for its traditional religious paintings and liturgical information and is…
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2023 Columban Mid-Year Appeal

Support the Columban Mid-Year Appeal so that we can maintain our migrant apostolates, our parishes, and other forms of ministry across the many countries we work in. It is always a delight to help people in real need.