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Was Shakespeare Catholic? Director of Artes Christi's Hamlet, Eugene Raggio Speaks to

Last edited 30th September 2016

The Artes Christi Arts Association will bring Shakespeare’s Hamlet to the stage in October 2016. The play will be directed by Sydney actor and musician Eugene Raggio and in this interview we discuss with Eugene the theories that Shakespeare could have been Catholic.


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Our Elders are Lonely - Do We Care?

Last edited 25th September 2016

It was August in Rome, the dog days of summer, and most people had left the Eternal City for the beach or another summer holiday destination.


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Toddler Survives Three days Alone in Remote Siberia Wood

Last edited 23rd September 2016

A three-year-old boy survived alone for 72 hours in a forest in the remote Russian region of Siberia, in an area renowned for being inhabited by wolves and bears.


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Meeting of Assisi: A Mosaic of Religions and Nationalities - All United for Peace

Last edited 20th September 2016

From the outset, the meeting of Assisi was a mosaic of races, nationalities and beliefs. All together to show the world that it is possible to dialogue and respect each other despite diversity.


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Two Priests Murdered in Mexico

Last edited 20th September 2016

One day after they were kidnapped from their parish, Mexican priests Alejo Nabor Jiménez Juárez and José Alfredo Suárez de la Cruz were found murdered in a field.


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Don’t Forget to Feed the Hungry this Month

Last edited 15th September 2016

Food, clothing, shelter, comfortable furnishings and warmth are things most of us tend to take for granted. But for many people in this country, a crisis like an accident, illness, or job loss, a tragedy like the death of a loved one, or unfortunate circumstance such as growing up in a deprived background and not having the chance for a better life, can lead into a life of poverty.


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The Atheist: A Personal Testimony (Outside da Box)

Last edited 9th September 2016

Jason was a diligent and impassioned atheist. If life had meaning, he had to create it. If love existed, he was the master of it. Then something happened. The God he didn’t believe in made himself known in a very human and intimate way - through the love of another.


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Syria conflict: Government Helicopters 'drop chlorine' on Aleppo

Last edited 7th September 2016

Syrian government forces have been accused of dropping barrel bombs containing chlorine from helicopters on a suburb of Aleppo, injuring 80 people.


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Here’s What You Can Do When Someone Asks You for Money: 8 Practical Tips

Last edited 7th September 2016

As I stepped out onto the sidewalk, there was a man hurriedly digging around in his pocket. Before I could turn and head down the street, he pulled out a small paper cup, which was crinkled as though it was something he used quite often. He smiled, but not with confidence or eye contact – he stared down at the ground shamefully, said a few words in Italian, and extended the cup towards me. I knew he was asking for money, but I said “No, I’m sorry” and kept walking.


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Couple Rescued After Searchers Spot SOS on Remote Pacific Island

Last edited 29th August 2016

Two people stranded for a week on a remote Pacific island have been rescued after a search aircraft spotted their SOS message in the sand, the US Coast Guard said Sunday.


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