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As Sewol crew is scorned, young worker hailed as heroine
Last edited 22nd April 2014

Incheon, South Korea (CNN) -- The number of crew members charged is rising, and so is the anger that families feel.


Professor Hayden Ramsay - A Reflection on Pope John Paul II
Last edited 17th April 2014

Professor Hayden Ramsay is Senior Deputy Vice Chancellor of The University of Notre Dame, Australia and Chair of College, Philosophy and Theology in Sydney. In this interview Professor Ramsay shares with us a personal encounter he had with Pope John Paul ll and the impact it had on him.


Patrick Langrell - A Reflection on Pope John Paul II
Last edited 17th April 2014

Patrick Langrell is the Chaplaincy Convenor at The University of Notre Dame Australia in this interview we ask Patrick what he thinks is the greatest legacy of Pope John Paul ll.


Cormac McCaughan - A Refection on Pope John Paul II
Last edited 17th April 2014

Cormac McCaughan refects on when he met Pope John Paul II as a child and how as a young adult, he has learned so much from the teachings of Pope John Paul ll.


Ellen Murphy World Youth Day Testimony
Last edited 16th April 2014

Ellen Murphy is a student at The University of Notre Dame, Australia. In this video she shares her faith journey and her special moment whilst on pilgrimage at World Youth Day Rio. The pilgrimage to Brazil helped Ellen clear up some misconceptions about the Catholic Church, as well as highlighting to her the importance for Christian Unity.

Archbishop Julian Porteous to Officiate at Funeral of Senator Brian Harradine
Last edited 15th April 2014

The family of Australia's longest serving independent senator, Brian Harradine who died at his home in Tasmania yesterday, has asked Archbishop Julian Porteous to preside at his funeral which is expected to be held at St Mary's Cathedral, Hobart at a date still to be decided.


Pakistani Woman's Appeal on Blasphemy Charge Postponed Once Again
Last edited 14th April 2014

For the 4th time in the past two months, a court in Pakistan has postponed a hearing on the appeal of Asia Bibi, the Christian woman who was convicted of unsupported blasphemy charges.

Rev Columba Macbeth-Green Appointed as New Bishop of Wilcannia-Forbes, Australia
Last edited 13th April 2014

His Holiness Pope Francis has appointed the Reverend Columba Macbeth-Green, O.S.P.P.E. as the seventh Bishop of the Diocese of Wilcannia-Forbes. Reverend Macbeth-Green is currently the Vicar Provincial in Australia of the Order of Saint Paul the First Hermit (Pauline Fathers) and Rector of the Shrine of Mary Help of Christians, Marian Valley, Canungra, Queensland. Rev Macbeth-Green is also the Police Chaplain for the South Eastern Region, Queensland since 2011.


Investigation for Beatification Cause of G.K. Chesterton Underway
Last edited 13th April 2014

Gilbert Keith Chesterton, one of the most read Christian authors of all time, is one step closer to sainthood. The bishop of Northampton, England, submitted the application in late 2013 to open up the English writer's beatification cause. He's known for his works, The Everlasting Man and the Father Brown series.

What the Older and Wiser Think you Should Know
Last edited 10th April 2014

Do you think that it’s possible to love your day job? I’ve met many people who believe that such a thing is unattainable - that work is work and can never be anything more; much less something that brings any kind of joy.


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