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St Stephen's Cathedral celebrates 150 years

May 17, 2024

BRISBANE Archbishop Mark Coleridge led hundreds of schoolchildren, teachers, clergy, religious, churchworkers, parishioners, dignitaries and guests in celebrating, to the day, the 150th anniversary of the blessing and dedication of St Stephen's Cathedral...

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Stafford parish switches on solar panels in time for Laudato Si' Week next week

May 17, 2024

STAFFORD parish is soaking in the sun with its newly-installed solar panels, set to cut power bills by 90 per cent over their lifetime, and Fr Joe McKay says the timing could not be better with Laudato Si' Week fast approaching. "For me, Laudato Si' is...

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Australian voices heard in Rome on key issues for world Synod of Bishops

May 16, 2024

THE voices of Australian Catholics from 25 dioceses and three Eastern Catholic eparchies are helping to shape the way the universal Church will communicate with the world. From February to April, hundreds of Catholics contributed their thoughts on how...

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Budget 2024 is a mixed bag for Catholics

May 15, 2024

FEDERAL Treasurer Jim Chalmers handed down the Albanese Government’s third budget last night highlighting relief on energy bills, for taxpayers and rental assistance. The 2024-25 Federal Budget showcases a surplus of $ 9.3 billion for the current...

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Real Talk gala dinner to be a night of celebration

May 15, 2024

REAL Talk Australia says the Church's teachings on sex and relationships are more relevant than ever. Real Talk Australia share a message of life, love and successful relationships, all based on the teachings of the Catholic Church, especially Pope...

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Heavy rains in Brazil leave hundreds dead or injured, half a million homeless, churches flooded

May 15, 2024

THE heavy rains that have hit the Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Sul since the end of April have flooded 31 churches in the four vicariates of the Archdiocese of Porto Alegre. "Due to the height of the water, we lost all the items for Mass, equipment,...

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Aspley parish celebrates golden jubilee of the dedication of Our Lady and St Dympna's Church

May 14, 2024

FIVE decades of faith, memories and history were remembered by Aspley parishioners recently when Brisbane Archbishop Mark Coleridge visited for the church's golden jubilee. Parishioners from the war memorial Church of Our Lady and St Dympna celebrated...

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Parishioners in US stop teen armed with rifle from entering first Communion Mass

May 14, 2024

QUICK action by alert parishioners and local police are credited with averting a tragedy at St Mary Magdalen Catholic Church in Abbeville, Louisiana, in the United States yesterday. As 60 children were preparing for their First Holy Communion, the parish...

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Largest crowd ever expected for the 2024 Corpus Christi procession through city streets

May 13, 2024

THIS year's Corpus Christi procession through Brisbane city streets will be a "beautiful illustration of the diversity and richness of our Catholic Church”, organisers have said. On Sunday, June 2, thousands of Catholics from parishes, cultural...

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Our Lady of Fatima continues to work miracles today

May 13, 2024

MAY 13 is the anniversary of the apparition of Our Lady to three shepherd children in the small village of Fatima in Portugal in 1917. She appeared six times to Lucia, 9, and her cousins Francisco, 8, and his sister Jacinta, 6, between May 13, 1917 and...

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