A Camino Less Travelled

Monday 10 November 2014
OVER the past decades, the Camino de Santiago has become an extraordinary phenomenon of hundreds of thousands of pilgrims making their way to the relics of the Apostle St James in the west of Spain.

Giving voice to Kairos

Monday 10 November 2014
FEW Kairos Catholic Journal readers will know John Hassett. A tall, imposing man, he is a former Victorian County Court judge who has spent a lifetime helping with social justice issues, both through the courts and on Catholic boards.  

Time out with Bill Donaghy

Monday 10 November 2014
BILL Donaghy is a lecturer, international speaker and curriculum coordinator of the Theology of the Body Institute, Pennsylvania. He recently spoke with Kairos journalist Natasha Marsh.

Theology of the Body in Papua New Guinea

Tuesday 28 October 2014
FOUR PNG nationals—two doctors, a priest and a woman religious—who came to the John Paul II Institute in Melbourne in 2012 to participate in our Theology of the Body winter intensive subject immediately discerned its potential for ministry in their own culture, and initiated a dialogue with a view to bringing the Theology of the Body to Papua New Guinea.