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Pope Francis: an alliance between old and young will save the family

Aug 18, 2022

Pope Francis dedicated his general audience talk to the urgent need for young and old to come together so older people can share their faith and wisdom about the world. "Let's think about dialogue, about the alliance between old and young," he said, as...

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Australian Bishops publish report for global Synod of Bishops

Aug 17, 2022

CATHOLICS in Australia have expressed a strong need for a Church that is missionary and a Eucharistic community that is inclusive, a national document compiled for the global Synod on Synodality reveals. The document - known as the Australian Synthesis...

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Brisbane's hospital chaplaincy formation is Plenary Council in action

Aug 17, 2022

THE heart of hospital pastoral care is to intentionally engage in Mission, Centacare Pastoral Ministries director Judy Norris said. She said through each patient encounter, the pastoral carer is aware of the Spirit of God present and active as the animator...

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Connection alone is not enough to communicate

Aug 17, 2022

Vatican News Paolo Ruffini, the Prefect of the Vatican's Dicastery for Communication, has addressed this year's SIGNIS World Congress in Seoul, recalling that "the only way to respond to the challenge of technology is not to think of it as an idol". There...

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Queensland Premier announces truth telling inquiry as part of path to treaty with First Nations peoples

Aug 16, 2022

QUEENSLAND Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has announced a path to treaty between the state and First Nations people which includes a three-year truth telling and healing inquiry. Ms Palaszczuk said her government accepted all 22 recommendations from the...

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Myanmar Cardinal warns military action will escalate

Aug 16, 2022

MYANMAR's Catholic prelate, Cardinal Charles Maung Bo, has warned the military in his country is cracking down hard on dissident civilians and rebel armies in a campaign to gain undisputed control by the end of this year. "They [the military] are trying...

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ACU paramedicine students provide health care for the homeless

Aug 15, 2022

AUSTRALIAN Catholic University lecturer Dr Richard Galeano loves telling his students why he became a paramedic. "I was walking down Swanson Street in Melbourne when suddenly this ambulance came roaring down the tram tracks," he said with a wave of his...

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Pope Francis describes faith as 'not a lullaby'

Aug 15, 2022

The fire of faith should spur us to conversion, not lull us into complacency, Pope Francis said in his Angelus address Sunday. In his weekly message on the Gospel, the pope reflected on a passage from St. Luke, who wrote: "Jesus said to his disciples:...

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Church fire claims dozens of lives in Egypt

Aug 15, 2022

More than 40 people -- mainly children -- have died in a fire in a Coptic Orthodox church in Giza Governorate, Egypt, on Sunday, according to government and church officials. Thirty-five children between two and six years of age were among the victims...

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How much does Big Tech know about your children? Brisbane Catholic lifts the lid

Aug 12, 2022

AUSTRALIAN children's data is sold everyday for advertising purposes without any legal repercussions. Veronica Hosking wanted to change this. Mrs Hosking worked as the general manager of Lookaroo, an Australian owned and operated private search engine...

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