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Caritas Responds to Ebola Crisis
Last edited 9th October 2014

Caritas Australia, along with three other Australian humanitarian agencies have been allocated a total of $2.5 million to provide urgently needed assistance in the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. The funds are in addition to the Caritas Australia funding for the Emergency Appeal of Caritas Sierra Leone and will enable the Caritas network in Sierra Leone to provide assistance to almost 230,000 people at risk of Ebola.

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God and Outer Space
Last edited 22nd September 2014

A Jesuit brother and president of the Vatican Observatory Foundation discusses the idea of extraterrestrials and how it might affect how humanity sees itself.

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Ice Bucket Challenge Brings Attention to Pro-Life Research Center
Last edited 4th September 2014

Few people think of Iowa City, Iowa, as a hotbed of medical research. But in a roundabout way more Catholics are beginning to take notice of a Catholic, pro-life medical research center.

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Scientist Honoured by the Vatican on Verge of Stem-Cell Breakthrough
Last edited 1st September 2014

A scientist honoured by the Vatican for his work in the field of adult stem cell research is close to producing a therapy to treat congestive heart failure – the biggest killer in the industrialised world.

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Cool Heads are Needed on the Abortion-Breast Cancer Link
Last edited 28th August 2014

A Mexican wave of moral indignation swept through the chattering class this month in Australia when the hypothesis was raised of a link between abortion and breast cancer. We heard, in shrill tones, that claims of such a link are “factually incorrect” (blogger Mia Freedman), “absurd” (Simon Breheny of the IPA) and even “an insult to all women” (Greens MP Adam Bandt). With the arrival this week of breast surgeon and cancer researcher Dr Angela Lanfranchi to speak to this hypothesis, we can expect a resurgence of this rage.

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Ebola Spreads in Africa, Triggering World Wide Attention & Worry
Last edited 11th August 2014

The World Health Organization has declared a state of emergency on the Ebola epidemic that has plagued several countries in Western Africa. The first outbreak was detected in December, and has spread steadily ever since. In fact, a few months ago, Pope Francis prayed for the victims who have died from infection, which as of now, has claimed the lives of almost 1,000 people.


Ebola Outbreak: US Warns Disease Remains Out of Control
Last edited 5th August 2014

The United States is sending an extra 50 public health officials to Africa to help combat the Ebola virus, warning that the outbreak remains out of control.

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Education Crucial to Limiting Ebola Outbreak, Relief Agency Says
Last edited 4th August 2014

As the deadly Ebola virus continues to claim victims in West Africa, Catholic Relief Services is working to fight the outbreak by educating affected communities and dispelling local myths.

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Fr. Barron comments on Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey
Last edited 26th March 2014

Seth McFarlane, who is a well known atheist, is the executive producer of a remake of "Cosmos". It is yet another series portraying religion as an enemy of science. As Fr. Robert Barron says, "here we go again". Watch this video for a review of Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey, and get the facts rights about religion and science.


Fertility Treatments Succeed without Assisted Reproduction
Last edited 4th March 2014

A doctor in Italy has seen great success in helping couples conceive by examining their overall health and treating underlying causes of infertility, without artificial reproduction technologies. Dr. Felice Petraglia, Professor and Chair of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Siena in Italy, runs a clinic specializing in reproductive medicine. However, his clinic does not offer in-vitro fertilization, artificial insemination, or other “assisted reproduction technologies.”


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