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Preparations Begin for Christmas Manger in St. Peter's Square

Last edited 22nd November 2017

In a tradition introduced by John Paul II during his papacy 35 years ago, St. Peter's Square will showcase a large Christmas manger beginning on December 7.


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Sex in the News: How Can we Change the Headlines?

Last edited 20th November 2017

I am so bothered by the news right now. Full disclosure: I don’t watch a lot of news. I get most of my news on Twitter, like any normal person aged 35 and under with a smartphone.


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Pope Denounces ‘Indifference’ on First ‘World Day for the Poor’

Last edited 19th November 2017

POPE Francis wants the world to fight its indifference to poverty on what the Catholic Church has dubbed the first “World Day for the Poor”.


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Narrow Defeat for NSW Assisted Dying Bill

Last edited 17th November 2017

It was an emotional debate in the NSW upper house, with many MPs tearing up as they made their pleas for and against. Even if the proposed legislation passed the upper house, it would have likely fallen through in the Legislative Assembly with both Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Opposition Leader Luke Foley opposing it.


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Xt3 Advent Calendar 2017 - Promo Video

Last edited 14th November 2017

‘Divinity is always where one least expects to find it’ is a quote from Venerable Fulton Sheen and is the theme for the Advent Calendar 2017.


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Bishops Battle it out at Sneak Preview of ACYF Video Game

Last edited 12th November 2017

The Archdiocese of Sydney has showcased Australia’s very first Catholic video game, with two of its bishops facing off in a down-to-the-wire battle royale. The Adventures of Saint John Paul the Great will get its official launch at the Australian Catholic Youth Festival next month, but was last week previewed for youth leaders and media.


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Evangelisation, Missionary Zeal and Humility

Last edited 3rd November 2017

Check out this great podcast from Cradio where Fr Bernard Morawski explores the life of the recently canonised St Angelo of Acri, a remarkable Capuchin saint who gives us a great example of evangelisation, missionary zeal and humility. Fr Bernard also briefly explores the life of other Capuchin saints and his own calling to be a priest in a foreign country.

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Catholic Numbers are Rising, but More Missionaries are Needed

Last edited 3rd November 2017

Many times missionaries are the only ones remaining or the last to leave vulnerable areas around the world. They are the Catholic Church's “charity army,” composed of thousands of missionaries around the world who manage more than 216,500 educational centers and 118,000 orphanages, leprosy centers and homes for people in difficult situations.


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This is What a Sydney Catholic Looks Like

Last edited 23rd October 2017

This is what an average Sydney Catholic looks like – a lot like Shelly Barnes.


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