The Urn of Don Bosco

November 17, 2013

The Urn contains the sculpture of Don Bosco- a replica of the original one founf in the Basilica of Mary, Help of Chrisitians in Valdocco, Turin- where the rest of Don Bosco’s remains are. It was designed by Architect Gianpero Zoncu. It is made of aluminiu, bronze, and glass.

Christianity in Australia Today

Christianity in Australia Today

September 5, 2013

The world hit a new benchmark of 7 billion people just recently, and Australia is predicted to reach 23 million in the middle of the year. Our population has actually doubled since 1966 (11.5 million), and at that time 1 in 4 Aussies attended church (2.6 million). These days, with double the population, our church […]

Saint Sava and Nemanjich Dynasty

Saint Sava and Nemanjich Dynasty

April 15, 2013

Life and death of Saint Sava (Saint Sabbas) 1174 – 14 January 1236, Serbian Prince and Orthodox monk, the first Archbishop of the autocephalous Serbian Church, the founder of Serbian law and literature, and a diplomat. Sava was born Rastko Nemanjic, the youngest son of Serbian Grand Prince Stefan Nemanja, founder of the Nemanjic dynasty […]


The Global Church: A Shift in the Christian Landscape

February 7, 2013

This info graphic depicts the shift of global Christianity. Source

Marriage According to the Bible

Marriage According to the Bible

May 10, 2012

Let me just mention that I am not against Christianity or against religion as a whole. I am against people using religion as an excuse to support their xenophobia, racism and sexism. With that said, enjoy this cool infographic complete with the thumbs up on who it is okay to marry and who it is […]