Grace & Truth: Talking With Abp Julian Cradio

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  • Rediscovering Humanae Vitae

    Rediscovering Humanae Vitae

    29/04/2018

    50 years after the publication of Humanae Vitae ("On the Regulation of Birth"), Archbishop Julian explores the opportunity to rediscover the essential truth about love and relationships which Pope Paul VI proclaims. The post Rediscovering Humanae Vitae appeared first on Cradio.

  • The Art of Dying: A Christian Alternative to Euthanasia

    The Art of Dying: A Christian Alternative to Euthanasia

    23/04/2018

    Archbishop Julian provides thoughts on renewed calls for euthanasia legislation in the Tasmanian parliament, and offers a positive Christian alternative which promotes a "good death" for those at the end of their life. The post The Art of Dying: A Christian Alternative to Euthanasia appeared first on Cradio.

  • How Are You Saved? Issues with Gnosticism  Neo-Pelagianism

    How Are You Saved? Issues with Gnosticism & Neo-Pelagianism

    16/04/2018

    Archbishop Julian reflects upon Placuit Deo by explaining why we are not saved by spiritualist knowledge or individualist effort, but by the grace, mercy and action of God. Archbishop Julian also describes how the Church offers an antidote to these problems. The post How Are You Saved? Issues with Gnosticism & Neo-Pelagianism appeared first on Cradio.

  • Fides et Ratio: Faith and Reason 20 Years On

    Fides et Ratio: Faith and Reason 20 Years On

    09/04/2018

    Archbishop Julian explains why St John Paul II's encyclical Fides et Ratio remains important for a culture which emphasises trust in emotion and scepticism towards truth. Archbishop Julian also explains the importance of faith and reason in discovering truth. The post Fides et Ratio: Faith and Reason 20 Years On appeared first on Cradio.

  • Freedom to Serve: Catholic Institutions and Pressure from Law

    Freedom to Serve: Catholic Institutions and Pressure from Law

    15/01/2018

    Archbishop Julian discusses the freedom to serve as a Catholic organisation, and the pressure on businesses and organisations to hold and promote particular beliefs or practices. The post Freedom to Serve: Catholic Institutions and Pressure from Law appeared first on Cradio.

  • Is there a Truth about the Human Person and Body?

    Is there a Truth about the Human Person and Body?

    18/12/2017

    Archbishop Julian explores whether a person can change into someone else, the pressures placed on young people, and viewing who we are as a gracious gift. The post Is there a Truth about the Human Person and Body? appeared first on Cradio.

  • Back to Basics: What is the Core of Jesus’ Teaching?

    Back to Basics: What is the Core of Jesus’ Teaching?

    04/12/2017

    Archbishop Julian Porteous discusses the need to return to Jesus' core teaching in our world today - and what that core teaching is. The post Back to Basics: What is the Core of Jesus’ Teaching? appeared first on Cradio.

  • Anti-Discrimination Law: Threading the Needle

    Anti-Discrimination Law: Threading the Needle

    28/11/2017

    Archbishop Julian Porteous discusses the strengths and weaknesses of anti-discrimination law, the problem with "religious exemptions", and human dignity. The post Anti-Discrimination Law: Threading the Needle appeared first on Cradio.

  • QA: Understanding Catholicism  Orthodox Christianity

    Q&A: Understanding Catholicism & Orthodox Christianity

    14/09/2014

    In this edition of Q&A Archbishop Julian gives us a simple overview of the split between the Catholic and orthodox churches. The post Q&A: Understanding Catholicism & Orthodox Christianity appeared first on Cradio.

  • QA: ObamaCare  the Case for Religious Freedom

    Q&A: ObamaCare & the Case for Religious Freedom

    15/08/2014

    In this edition of Q&A we look at what the ObamaCare legislation means for us: what is happening to religious freedom in liberal democracies? The post Q&A: ObamaCare & the Case for Religious Freedom appeared first on Cradio.

  • QA: Is Technology Making You Less Human?

    Q&A: Is Technology Making You Less Human?

    02/08/2014

    After a bit of a hiatus while the Archbishop settled into his new Archdiocese, Q&A with Archbishop Julian is back! This time dealing with the challenges rapid technological developments present... The post Q&A: Is Technology Making You Less Human? appeared first on Cradio.

  • QA: Reaching Out to the Post-Christian Agnostic

    Q&A: Reaching Out to the Post-Christian Agnostic

    02/10/2013

    In this edition of Q&A with Archbishop Julian he explores the mindset of Baby-boomers, Gen X and Y, why they are less receptive to the Gospel message, and how we can better communicate the Gospel message in contemporary times. The post Q&A: Reaching Out to the Post-Christian Agnostic appeared first on Cradio.

  • QA: What is the Core Message of Christianity?

    Q&A: What is the Core Message of Christianity?

    19/09/2013

    What is it we as Christians are called to preach? What is the core message that cannot be side-stepped overlooked in our evangelisation efforts? How can we put this into action in order to help bring others to an encounter with Christ? The post Q&A: What is the Core Message of Christianity? appeared first on Cradio.

  • QA: When the Nuncio Calls…

    Q&A: When the Nuncio Calls…

    11/09/2013

    With less than a week to go before he is installed in his new Archdiocese, Archbishop Julian shares how he received the surprise call from the Papal Nuncio just days before leaving for World Youth Day Rio, and why he's looking forward to the new mission that has been entrusted to him. The post Q&A: When the Nuncio Calls… appeared first on Cradio.

  • QA: Archbishop Julian’s reflections on WYD Rio

    Q&A: Archbishop Julian’s reflections on WYD Rio

    04/09/2013

    Archbishop Julian provides his reflections on the World Youth Day Rio experience and Pope Francis' encounters with the youth. The post Q&A: Archbishop Julian’s reflections on WYD Rio appeared first on Cradio.

  • QA: Is There a Place for Tradition in a Post-modern World?

    Q&A: Is There a Place for Tradition in a Post-modern World?

    28/08/2013

    What is the role of tradition in the Church and in broader society? What is postmodernism, and why does it conflict with tradition? What is the difference between 't'radition and 'T'raditon The post Q&A: Is There a Place for Tradition in a Post-modern World? appeared first on Cradio.

  • QA: Marriage  Same-sex Attraction: How Has the Debate Shifted?

    Q&A: Marriage & Same-sex Attraction: How Has the Debate Shifted?

    21/08/2013

    In this edition of Q&A, Archbishop Julian looks at how society's views on same-sex attraction have changed, and how language has played a major role in shaping the debate. The post Q&A: Marriage & Same-sex Attraction: How Has the Debate Shifted? appeared first on Cradio.

  • QA: Vatican II  the Liturgy – What Changed?

    Q&A: Vatican II & the Liturgy – What Changed?

    14/08/2013

    In this episode of Q&A with Archbishop Julian we look at some of the changes to the liturgy which came about after Vatican II (and those that didn't), focussing on the first document of the Council, Sacrosanctum Concilium. The post Q&A: Vatican II & the Liturgy – What Changed? appeared first on Cradio.

  • QA: What does the Catholic Intellectual Tradition offer to society?

    Q&A: What does the Catholic Intellectual Tradition offer to society?

    07/08/2013

    In this edition of Q&A with Archbishop Julian, we discuss the key elements of the Catholic Intellectual Tradition and the benefits for broader society. The post Q&A: What does the Catholic Intellectual Tradition offer to society? appeared first on Cradio.

  • QA: What makes a Catholic University Catholic?

    Q&A: What makes a Catholic University Catholic?

    31/07/2013

    What is the purpose and origin of university education? What distinguishes a Catholic university from other universities? What do Catholic and non-Catholic students have to gain from Catholic tertiary study? The post Q&A: What makes a Catholic University Catholic? appeared first on Cradio.

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