Anna Fsadni

Anna Fsadni

In 2013 Anna graduated with a Bachelor of Science majoring in Geology and Geography from the University of Sydney.  Following the completion of her degree, Anna attended the Emmanuel School of Mission in Rome, a 9 month Catholic Evangelisation School. During this time she was involved in parish and diocesan evangelisation projects around various European cities and became immersed in the Life of the Church in Rome.

Since then Anna has been employed by the National Office for Evangelisation - Catholic Enquiry Centre as a projects coordinator.

Anna enjoys studying rocks and land formations, travelling, speaking to people she doesn't really know, assembling flat-pack furniture and plays hockey for Rah-Sharkies.

Wednesday, 21 January 2015 16:02

February 2015

church door The internet has been around for long enough that Parishes should really be on board with its benefits in communication. Most parishes have a website but many do not use it to its full potential. It is a brilliant platform for communicating what the parish has to offer. The website is an essential place for pre-evangelisation – it is an interface for the non-Catholic with your parish - impressions are made before the person even walks through the door. People do their research online and a shabby and uninformative website reflects on a Church unwilling to invest time in welcoming others.
DARET Jacques Visitation Next week we celebrate the joyous day of Christmas, Jesus’ birth. It is a beautiful time to walk with and pray with Mary who is a pivotal figure in this story, so much so, without Mary there would be no Christmas (and everything else that follows the birth of Jesus – like salvation...).  Jesus may be the reason for the season but Mary is the co-reason we have a season. 
GoogleJesus  If you type “Jesus” as a topic in Google Trends an interesting result comes out. It is not a simple linear trend line but a graph that looks eerily like my daily mood swings... it has troughs and peaks. Unlike my mood swings, the troughs and peaks are not random events, there is some order to them. I invite you to look at the graph below. 
christmas-234105 640 It's not even December and the Department Stores are already decking the halls with Christmas spirit.  Although premature and somewhat impertinent, maybe Catholics should be thinking about Christmas too - but not in the way you think.
Monday, 17 November 2014 09:53

PROCLAIM 2014 Resources

Proclaim Living the Joy of the Gospel in Parishes
Keynote and Workshop recordings
Friday, 07 November 2014 14:21

Our Brave New World: Is Oprah a prophet?


Oprah became a Goddess-like figure worshipped in the tabernacle called television. People latch on to her words as if they are from ‘the mouth of God’. 

Should Christians look to Oprah as a prophet?  Can people without faith lead us towards God?

"Oprah Winfrey at 2011 TCA" by Greg Hernandez from California, CA, USA - Oprah Winfrey at 2011 TCA. Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 via Wikimedia Commons -

Thursday, 30 October 2014 15:41

Should I celebrate Halloween?

sqhallo  Halloween has become less of a commemoration of the human dead, their lives and the hope of the resurrection and eternal life but rather a festival of the subhuman undead with no recognition of a beautiful transfiguration but rather the end being a macabre dismemberment of body with no soul. This misaligned focus on Halloween is probably what causes deepest Christian concern and raises questions about whether it is good to participate or not. 
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