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Like Abraham, Called From Her Homeland
Last edited 17th September 2010

The National Catholic Register contains the extraordinary story of Sister Olga of the Eucharist Yaqob, an Iraqi convert to Catholicism who was recently appointed as co-director of the Catholic Center at Boston University, the largest university chaplaincy in New England.


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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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Twins Share Similar Paths to Different Vocations
Last edited 13th September 2010

Sister Elizabeth Ann O’Reilly and Dr. Katie O’Reilly are identical twins. Growing up in New Orleans, they both enjoyed science and both considered careers in medicine. However, in college both had spiritual conversions that led them on different, yet often parallel, paths. Read more about their journey to discover their vocations in this article!

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Pope's Message to Youth Shows "Wisdom"
Last edited 7th September 2010

The WYD message Benedict XVI sent last week to youth was written with a "passion" for life and with the "wisdom" of someone who has met Christ, says the director of L'Osservatore Romano, Giovanni Maria Vian. He affirmed that the message, which the Pope delivered on Sunday, "presents many signs of that wisdom that Benedict XVI has defined above all as characteristic of papal teaching and described as a combination of 'faith and life, truth and concrete reality.'"

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Benedict XVI Holds up St. Hildegard as Model for Nuns
Last edited 6th September 2010

On Wednesday 1 September, dedicating his catechesis to St. Hildegard of Bingen, Benedict XVI praised her as a model for modern women religious, and noted that she benefited the faithful by her willingness to submit her supernatural visions to the interpretation of the Church.

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Saint Rose of Lima
Last edited 24th August 2010

Who was the first person from the Americas to be canonised? It was St Rose of Lima, born in Peru in 1586. Rose wanted to become a Nun, but as her parents opposed her decision she committed herself to living a single life of prayer.


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Catholic Seminaries Full as Religion Resurges
Last edited 23rd August 2010

Who said young people are not responding to a call to the Priesthood? Sydney seminaries are full for the first time in 10 years, as 60 men prepare for a life in the Priesthood - three times as many as there were in 2000. And eighty per cent of them are under the age of 30! Read this article for more.

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Trading Cards Promote the Priesthood
Last edited 23rd August 2010

A group of Catholic moms in Omaha have been producing priest trading cards in an effort to promote vocations and raise some money for the Omaha Archdiocese Seminarian Fund!

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Fr. William Doyle, S.J.
Last edited 24th August 2010

On August 16th, 1917, one of the bloodiest battles of World War I was raging. Amongst the thousands of soldiers killed, was a chaplain named Fr William Doyle - a man who was known as a 'real Saint', and who could be trusted by every soldier he served with. This is his story...


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St Jane Frances de Chantal
Last edited 12th August 2010

Born in France in 1572, St Jane Frances de Chantal was born into aristocracy, her father being the president of the Parliament of Burgundy. She was married in 1592 to Baron de Chantal and had 4 children, and was widowed by the age of 28. After taking a personal vow of chastity, she met Saint Francis de Sales and became his spiritual student. On Trinity Sunday, 6 June 1610 she founded the Order of the Visitation of Our Lady at Annecy, France, designed for widows and lay women who did not wish the full life of the orders.

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