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Healing the World through the Immaculate Heart of Mary

The brutal murder of British soldier Lee Rigby in Woolwich England indicates that there is an underlying conflict of world religions that can break out at any time even in the most settled of countries. The two assassins were unusual in that they remained at the scene to deliver a message to passers-by, which was […]


The Marist Messenger salutes Dame Colleen Bayer on her Investiture as a Dame of the Order of St Gregory the Great by Pope Benedict earlier this year. She has worked in the pro-life cause for forty years. It was her support and that of her organisation that allowed Bishop Pat Dunn to offer to help […]

Lifting the Veil

by Jane Kamerling, and Fred Gustafson, Members of the Chicago Society of Jungian Analysts¬† The veil has emerged in the 21st century as an international symbol that holds a variety of meanings. The veil can be understood as merely the customary dress of Arab women, a religious expression, or a political statement. For some women […]