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Mary of the Cross - 'Looking for Mary' 2nd Place Winner

Last edited 7th October 2010

Xt3's "Looking for Mary" Video Competition - 2nd Place Winner! By Alfio Jr Stuto


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Seeing a Need - 'Looking for Mary' 3rd Place Winner

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Xt3's "Looking for Mary" Video Competition - 3rd Place Winner! By Thomas Ricciardiello & Anh Ngugen


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Movie Review: To Save A Life

Last edited 22nd September 2010

Have a listen to this LifeTeen podcast epsiode for a review of the movie 'To Save A Life'. Here is an extract:


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Mary MacKillop Video Comp - Final Call for Entries

Last edited 29th September 2010

There are only a few days left to enter the Mary MacKillop video competition!!! To vote for your favourite videos - go to our media player! And visit for more on the Competition!

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Nine News report on Melbourne Ordination to the Priesthood

Last edited 15th September 2010

A Nine News Special report on Fr Nicholas Pearce and the other 2010 Ordinands as they prepare for Ordination on September 11th 2010.

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C.S. Lewis's Screwtape Letters Triumphs on Broadway

Last edited 13th September 2010

"The Screwtape Letters," a classic by the famous Christian writer C.S. Lewis, is now not only a literary work but also a Broadway play.

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Rules of Engagement For Catholics On The Internet

Last edited 13th September 2010

The online world is an essential part of everyday life for Catholics in the 21st century. Over the past few years, internet blogger and apologist, Eric Simmons, has developed some rules of engagement for Internet apostolate that might be helpful for each one of us. Visit this article to find out more!

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Fr. Barron Reviews the Film "Eat Pray Love"

Last edited 8th September 2010

The book "Eat, Pray, Love" is one of the most popular reads at the moment - so what is the movie like? "Eat, Pray, Love" follows a classical spiritual trajectory - beginning with a woman going through a mid-life crisis (played by Julia Roberts), followed by her path to development. Fr Robert looks at the valuable and healthy messages that we can draw from the film, and compares the theme to Catholic teachings.

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Scottish Cardinal Rips BBC

Last edited 7th September 2010

Cardinal Keith O’Brien of St. Andrews and Edinburgh is accusing the world’s largest broadcasting organization of anti-Christian and anti-Catholic bias. “Our detailed research into BBC news coverage of Christianity in general and Catholicism in particular, together with a systematic analysis of output by the Catholic Church, has revealed a consistent anti-Christian institutional bias,” he said.


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SMS vs. The Language of Love

Last edited 6th September 2010

The phone call is dead, say tech-savvy social commentators. With the increasing popularity of text messaging, who needs to actually talk to someone anymore? But are these instant, impersonal communiqués hurting our dating lives and hindering our relationship formation? Are we texting our way out of potential relationships?


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