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Ian Smith - My Encounter

Last edited 16th August 2018

Ian Smith, Director of Outreach at the Catholic Archdiocese of Sydney, shares his 'Encounter' with Parousia Media.


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Sydney’s Aboriginal Catholic Community Welcomes its New Chaplain

Last edited 2nd July 2018

Fr Darryl Mackie says it was a “very honouring experience” when he was presented to Sydney’s Aboriginal Catholic community as its new chaplain on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Sunday.


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Prince William Visits Holocaust Memorial During Historic Trip to Israel

Last edited 26th June 2018

PRINCE William began his visit to Israel on Tuesday with an emotional visit to Jerusalem’s Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial and a meeting with two survivors who escaped Nazi Germany for the safety of Britain.


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“Manuel, a fantastic trip,” documentary that aims to destigmatize Down syndrome

Last edited 21st May 2018

One out of every 700 infants is born with Down syndrome.


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Where are the Missing Commonwealth Games Athletes?

Last edited 20th May 2018

It has been just over a month since several athletes at the Commonwealth Games in Australia disappeared.


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Nurses Keeping Eileen's Legacy Alive

Last edited 20th May 2018

Tom lives alone. His only companion his severe mental illness. The walls in his Darlinghurst flat are covered in mould and the stench of cigarettes, urine and sheer filth slaps you in the face.


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Winning Souls Through the Met Gala

Last edited 10th May 2018

On the one hand, it seemed odd. Why would the minds behind the Met Gala — an event attended by famously secular, “do what you want, there is no truth” minded celebrities — pick a theme that literally has the word “Catholic” in the title? Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination is a pretty ardently Catholic theme, chosen to celebrate the opening of an exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, where very obviously Catholic stuff is on display — things like papal tiaras, items from the sacristy of the Sistine Chapel, religious vestments, even a relic of St. Valentine, all while sacred music is played overhead. The entire exhibit puts sacred images and items in full view, showing how Catholicism has influenced the world of fashion and art, and how the Church’s art has played a seemingly huge role in the imagination of designers and artists.


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Zimbabwe Crocodile Attack Bride Tells of Renewed Hope

Last edited 9th May 2018

At first, they look like any other young couple, saying their vows and taking their first tentative steps into a long and happy marriage.


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Cathedral Choir to Sing For The Pope

Last edited 8th May 2018

Australia's oldest choir sets off today for a European tour to perform with the world's oldest choir for Pope Francis.


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Alabama 'Miracle' boy Awakes Before Doctors Pull Plug

Last edited 7th May 2018

A 13-year-old boy in the US state of Alabama regained consciousness just after his parents signed the paperwork to donate his organs.


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