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'Revealers of Jesus': Video message from Archbishop Peter A Comensoli 'Revealers of Jesus': Video message from Archbishop Peter A Comensoli

'Revealers of Jesus': Video message from Archbishop Peter A Comensoli

Monday 27 July 2020

Archbishop Peter A Comensoli
How might we be “revealers of Jesus” during this time of pandemic? In his latest video message, Archbishop Peter A Comensoli encourages the community to draw strength from Jesus, whose vulnerability on the cross revealed to the world the depths of His love. Let us take our fragility and bring it to the foot of the Cross, offering it up to Jesus and seeing in Him a way to live through these challenging times.

Celebrating our teachers: Laura Mason

Wednesday 29 July 2020

Communications Office
To celebrate the teachers within our Catholic education system, Melbourne Catholic will be running a series of interviews with teachers from Catholic schools all around Melbourne. Ms Laura Mason teaches Religion and Drama and is Social Justice and Community Service Coordinator at Catholic Regional College Caroline Springs. We got in touch with Laura about COVID, and her teaching journey.  

In our searching we are discovered (Homily, 17th Sunday in OT)

Sunday 26 July 2020

Archbishop Peter A Comensoli
Why would Jesus make such a significant thing of comparing a pearl to the Kingdom of God? In part, we can readily perceive that Jesus might want to present God’s kingdom as a thing of great beauty and value. Indeed, it is of the utmost worth and loveliness, for God’s kingdom is the fullness of life. But this is not something that is self-made; this kingdom is not made in our own image and likeness, nor can we manufacture it from our own means. God’s Kingdom of life and truth and love is, rather, for us to discover. This is what the merchant did in the parable: he searches until he discovers the pearl of great price. 


Learn who you are in the eyes of God: Bishop Mark farewells Melbourne

Tuesday 21 July 2020

Communications Office

This week, Bishop Mark Edwards OMI will be installed as the sixth bishop of the Diocese of Wagga Wagga, NSW. Before leaving Melbourne, Melbourne Catholic caught up with Bishop Mark for a conversation and walk through the Fitzroy Gardens, where he reflected on what he’ll miss most about “home”, his thoughts on the Plenary Council and how passing on the faith is all about telling stories.