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Supporters of statue of St Michael the Archangel in small French town vow to fight removal order

Sep 30, 2022

AFTER a French court confirmed the removal of a statue of St Michael from a seaside town, supporters have vowed to continue their fight to keep it standing. On Friday, September 16, the Court of Appeal in Nantes ruled in favour of removing a statue of...

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Brisbane couples renew their vows at Golden Wedding Anniversary Mass

Sep 29, 2022

DENIS Nolan remembers when he first laid eyes on his wife Sandra. He was a guest at a wedding and Sandra was a bridesmaid. "She was just magnificent, the most attractive girl I'd ever laid eyes on," he said. The couple wedded five months later at Holy...

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Q&A - Do angels know what we're thinking?

Sep 29, 2022

By Fr John Flader Question - Something I have always wondered about is whether angels can know what will happen in the future and also what we are thinking. For example, do they know our inmost thoughts and future events that could harm us, and so can...

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Andrea Bocelli to perform at the Vatican

Sep 29, 2022

RENOWNED international artist Andrea Bocelli will sing at the Vatican on Sunday for the inauguration of a new light display on the facade of Saint Peter's Basilica. The Italian tenor will perform a song from his new album, set to be released at the end...

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Mater research confirms youth anxiety and depression peaked during pandemic with lasting impact

Sep 29, 2022

The long-lasting impact of school closures and lockdowns during the COVID-19 pandemic is continuing to affect Queensland youth, with a 40 per cent increase in patients being treated for anxiety and depression at Mater Hospital Brisbane's Emotional Health...

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Brisbane parish awarded for environmental action

Sep 28, 2022

BRISBANE's Our Lady, Queen of Apostles parish in Stafford has received three prestigious environmental awards recognising a commitment to climate and environmental action. The Five Leaf Eco-Awards Basic Certificate, Eco-Worship Award and Climate Activism...

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Caritas responds to Typhoon devastation in the Philippines

Sep 28, 2022

THOUSANDS are displaced and eight dead after Super Typhoon Noru slammed into the north of the Philippines on Sunday night The severe storm caused intense flooding, power outages, and uprooted trees across Manila and surrounding regions, forcing at least...

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Sr Melissa Dwyer leaving Brisbane for Rome to take on leadership role for six years

Sep 28, 2022

CANOSSIAN Sister Melissa Dwyer will be leaving Brisbane for Rome in November after she has recently been elected during the Canossian Institute's General Chapter to the congregational leadership team for a term of six years. The leadership team oversees...

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Cardinal Zen stands trial in Hong Kong

Sep 28, 2022

CARDINAL Joseph Zen and five others stood trial in Hong Kong for failing to properly register a fund to provide legal aid to pro-democracy protesters. The 90-year-old cardinal and retired bishop of Hong Kong arrived at the court in West Kowloon on Monday...

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Brisbane's Multicultural Mass a celebration of our shared and equal humanity

Sep 27, 2022

Brisbane Archbishop Mark Coleridge has delivered a rousing message of equality and inclusion during this year's Multicultural Mass at St Stephen's Cathedral. Representatives from more than 30 cultural communities celebrated the diversity and vibrancy...

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