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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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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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After Three Years of ISIS Occupation, the Mass Returns to Mosul

Last edited 30th August 2017

Following the liberation of Mosul, Iraq, from the hands of the Islamic State, Christians are cautiously returning to the city. And as they return, so does the Mass.


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Feeding the Thousands in Syria Most families surviving on less than $2.60 a day

Last edited 28th August 2017

By Murcadha O Flaherty


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SHINE GATHERING 2017 - Diocese of Lismore

Last edited 21st August 2017

Last Thursday 17th of August to Friday 18th of August, Xt3 attended SHINE GATHERING 2017.


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Come and See the Wonders: Reflections on Worship

Last edited 20th August 2017

I tend to be a pretty serious person. Anyone who knows me will probably roll their eyes at that statement, cause look – I do crack a lot of jokes. But I think a lot. Kind of non-stop. It’s really easy to cracks some jokes. It feels pretty terrible when you feel like a joke.


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An Exorcist Talks about 'Annabelle' and the Power of Evil

Last edited 20th August 2017

What children read, what they see on the screen, can inspire them toward greater faithfulness. Conversely, Father Robert warns, it can lead them into the sordid world of the occult, even opening them to demonic possession.


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