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World Mission Month 2017

Last edited 22nd October 2017

World Mission Day is celebrated every year in every country wherever there are Catholics committed to building a better world for all of God's people, a world where everyone has all they need to live a dignified and fulfilling life. It is the day on which we reflect on the urgency to proclaim the Gospel in our times.


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Catholic Answers: Why Is Sola Scriptura Unreasonable?

Last edited 10th October 2017

Protestants believe the Bible is the only source for determining Christian truth. But as Karlo Broussard shows this belief is incoherent. If followed to its logical conclusion, Protestants would have to reject their knowledge of what Scripture is.


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'One or the Other' | A short film by Youth for Christ

Last edited 9th October 2017

Josh, a college student, goes through many moments of stress, conflict and negativity in his everyday life. But he doesn't realise that Christ is truly present in them all until he reaches his breaking point.


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Vatican Youth Summit to Hear ‘Doubts and Criticisms’ of the Church

Last edited 4th October 2017

As well as young Catholics, other Christians and young atheists have been invited to the event


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How To Approach the Mass | Chris Stefanick

Last edited 3rd October 2017

A message from Chris Stefanick at World Youth Day 2016 on how to approach the Mass.

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Life to the Full-Schools Video

Last edited 29th September 2017

This video is about Harriet, a thirteen year old school girl who lives with her 5 brothers and sister on the outskirts of her village of Bujuni, Uganda.


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Jesus founded a Church, Not a Club: Mark Shea

Last edited 28th September 2017

So last week, Lady Gaga posted a picture of herself praying the Rosary and accompanied it with an explanation of why her health troubles had forced her to cancel her tour. Unlike, say, Madonna’s use of sacred imagery to shock and subvert the point of sacred imagery, this was simply an image of her at prayer as an ordinary supplicant, expressing her suffering and need to God:


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Caritas Praised as 'Real Justice Heroes' by Young ISIS Refugee

Last edited 25th September 2017

Sarah Sona's entry titled "New Beginning" won the Australian Catholics 2017 Young Journalist Award from 800 national entries.


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Young adults and parishes: Who should make the first move?

Last edited 11th September 2017

This article covers the issues the church faces with engaging young catholics to be involved in the catholic faith by being part of a youth group at their parish and also states considerations for parishes to think about in terms of creating a sense of community.


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Ensuring Synod ‘Not Just Another Talk-Fest’

Last edited 10th September 2017

The last Plenary Council for the Church in Australia took place 80 years ago and the upcoming synod is an opportunity to engage the wider community in important discussions around the future of the Church.


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