The marriage of Joseph and Mary

Super Flumina

under the patronage of St Joseph and St Dominic

By the rivers of Babylon there we sat and wept, remembering Zion;
on the poplars that grew there we hung up our harps. . . Ps 136

St Dominic


Philosophy behind this website

Professor Solomon's Introduction to Philosophy

11th September 2001


Australia's Catholic Bishops

Australian Catholic Bishops should say

Australia's Support for Legislation Worthy of Adolf Hitler


Bill of Rights




Church's Fathers & Doctors

Church's Teaching on Divorce, Contraception and Human Sexuality

Compatible sites


David Attenborough

Defamation of Catholicism

Discipline & the Child

Dismissal of the Whitlam Government

Economic Problems

Evangelium Vitae 73



Freemasonry & the Church

God is not Material

Harry Potter



Letter of St Paul to the Hebrews

Mary MacKillop

Miscellaneous Papers



Moral Issues

Non-directional Counselling

Novus Ordo

Papers written by others


Politicians & the Catholic Church

Pope Benedict XVI

Pope Leo XIII

Pope Pius XII

Pope Francis



Religious Freedom

Questions for Catholic Parents in Parramatta

Research Involving Embryos Bill - Letter to the Prime Minister

Sts John Fisher & Thomas More

St Thomas Aquinas

Science and Philosophy


Subversion of Catholic Education


Thomas Merton

Vatican II

For young readers:

Myall Lakes Adventure

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I. Atheism's Great Cosmogenic Myth

Darwinian evolution is atheism's response to God's revelation of His creation.  Unproven and unprovable, it is founded on nothing more than assertion.   more

II. Galloping Atheism

25 years ago Australia was, at least nominally, a Christian country.  Now it is predominantly atheist.  more

III. Lent and Paddy McGuinness

Atheist journalist Paddy McGuinness died just 10 days prior to Lent 2008. He had early forsaken the religion of his youth, Catholicism. Almighty God constrains no man's freedom.  Each of us must choose his path, to walk with God, or without Him.  more

IV. The Pompous Atheist

29th September 2008-Feast of Sts Michael, Gabriel and Raphael - This article, a response to the atheistic rantings of the retiring editor of the Australian journal, Quadrant, Padraic Pearse McGuinness, was offered to the journal for publication in December last year.  Regrettably, McGuinness died just one month later.  Quadrant's editorial committee has not seen fit to publish it.  De mortuis nihil nisi bonum.  more

V. Pity the Poor Atheist

This paper was originally published in 2008 but was mislaid.  We republish it now without alteration.  The truths it proclaims have not altered.  more

VI. The One Necessary Encyclical

This is a recasting with slight amendments of a paper published in August 2009 inviting His Holiness to address the one intellectual issue that presses mankind in the modern world.  more

VII. Dear Reader of the Wall Street Journal

The so-called debate between Richard Dawkins and Karen Armstrong on the topic "Where does evolution leave God" was a fraud. more

VIII. An Atheist Approaches His End

In his novel, 'The Remorseful Day', English Crime writer Colin Dexter, creator of the celebrated Inspector Morse, does something unusual in the genre, he kills off his hero.  more

IX. The Tsunami & Secular Humanists

The tsunami of Boxing Day 2004 shook the security of the secular humanists. There is no security for those who deny the existence of God.  more

X. Cause of the Descent into Atheism

A recent article on 'The Catholic Thing' website prompts us to raise once more the problematic effects of the Declaration on Religious Liberty of the Second Vatican Council. more

XI. The Abuse of Women & Atheism

Former Australian senator, Natasha Stott Despoja has complained that violence against women and children in Australia has reached epidemic proportions.  No doubt she is right.  But she, and her views, are major contributors to the problem.  more

XII. Scrutiny of 'Gunning for God'

This is a commentary on Dr John C Lennox's recent book attacking arguments advanced by atheists.  more

XIII. The State of New South Wales

In the afflictions it is currently experiencing the Australian State is suffering the inevitable effects of its citizens’ subservience to atheism’s mindless tenets.  more

IX. Year 2020 : What are We to do About These Atheists?

Here is our opening salvo for 2020.  The reader will find it a bit crude in parts, deliberately so to reinforce the point about atheism’s moral regime and the harm it has produced and, unless something is done to stop it, will continue to do to the individual and to society.  more

X.  “The Very Air We Breathe is Given to Us”

The late Stan Arniel uttered something very profound in an interview some 30 years ago which we ought to take to heart in these frightful times.  more