Kairos: Volume 21, Issue 17
Kairos: Volume 21, Issue 16
St John Chrysostom, Archbishop of Constantinople, died in the early 5th century and was one of the greatest fathers, doctors, and preachers of the Early Church.
Kairos: Volume 21, Issue 15
On 26 August 1910, a baby girl named Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu was born. The little girl would grow up to be hailed as one of the most influential women of the 20th century: Mother Teresa of Calcutta.
Though born in what is today Macedonia, Mother Teresa’s influence is perhaps most notable in the land where she founded her Missionaries of Charity, India.
Kairos: Volume 21, Issue 14
The Holy Year 1950 was celebrated in a world scarred by the greatest war in human history. A conflict marked by genocide, nuclear horror and the massive destruction of cities was followed by the displacement of peoples, mass emigration and the rise of communism in an expanded Soviet empire and China.
Kairos: Volume 21, Issue 12
In response to a suggestion from a Kairos reader, we begin a series of articles about the saints to be canonised with Mary MacKillop.
Unlike Australia, Canada already has 10 canonised saints. On 17 October, the same day that Blessed Mary MacKillop will become our first Australian saint, Canada’s number will rise to 11 with the canonisation of Blessed Brother Andre Bessette.
Kairos: Volume 21, Issue 09
St Cyril of Jerusalem, Early Church Father and Doctor of the Church
Kairos: Volume 21, Issue 05
Each year the Mass of Chrism, or Mass of the Holy Oils, is celebrated in St Patrick’s Cathedral during Holy Week. This year it was celebrated on Tuesday 30 March.
Kairos: Volume 21, Issue 04