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CATHOLICISM: The Pivotal Players - Palace of the Popes
Last edited 5th June 2014

A new behind-the-scenes video from the filming of "CATHOLICISM: The Pivotal Players" Father Robert Barron has embarked on a new journey to unlock the truth behind the Catholic Church's most influential people. "CATHOLICISM: The Pivotal Players" is a documentary series that illumines a handful of saints, artists, mystics, and scholars who not only shaped the life of the Church but changed the course of civilization.


New Film on North American Kid Who Died for 3 Minutes
Last edited 1st June 2014

Four-year-old Colton lived in Nebraska and had to undergo a serious last-minute appendectomy. During the surgery, doctors declared Colton medically dead for 3 minutes, however he was revived after saying that he went to Heaven and met relatives he had never seen before. His story was published in a book in 2010 that soon became a New York Times best-seller. Now Colton's story makes it to the big screen with a movie that, according to its director, focuses on the future.

Pope Calls on Christians to Pray for Governments to Help Refugees
Last edited 1st June 2014

Pope Francis has called on the world’s Christians to pray with him for peace in the Middle East, help convince governments to come to the aid of refugees and pray for Christian unity.


Forgiveness Needed Before Healing Can Begin
Last edited 29th May 2014

The people of Rwanda still carry deep emotional as well as physical scars from the horrific genocidal mass slaughter of 1994 when between 800,000 and 1,000,000 Tutsi and moderate Hutu were massacred in a bloody 100-day killing spree. But before true reconciliation can begin, forgiveness is essential, says Rwandan priest, Father Emmanuel Nsengiyumva.

"CATHOLICISM: The Pivotal Players" Trailer
Last edited 26th May 2014

"CATHOLICISM: The Pivotal Players", the next epic film series from Fr. Robert Barron, begins filming in May 2014.


Catholic Talk Blog: Finding the Loaves and Fishes from Within...
Last edited 28th May 2014

Following the handing down of last week's Federal Budget in Australia, Tara, a Catholic Talk contributor (and member of Xt3) began a Facebook event titled Combat the Budget cuts by giving, resist pessimism, where she invited people to respond by giving more to charity. Tara shares her reasoning behind the initiative in this latest Catholic Talk blog.


CHILD 31 - A Spotlight on "Mary's Meals", Feeding the Hungry Around the World
Last edited 20th May 2014

In a time of unprecedented technological achievements and luxuries, close to one billion people still go to sleep hungry; but there's an organisation attempting to change that.


Art for God’s Sake
Last edited 19th May 2014

While he may not be an artist or have a degree in art history, Father Mark Haydu knows a thing or two about sacred art — specifically art from the Vatican. As the international director of the Patrons of the Arts for the Vatican Museums, he’s immersed in some of the world’s finest artwork day-in and "day-art."


Walk With Christ, Sydney 2014
Last edited 18th May 2014

Walk With Christ is the annual Eucharistic Procession that takes place in the Sydney CBD on the Feast of Corpus Christi (The Body and Blood of Christ). This year, the feast falls on the 22nd of June. Starting from St Patrick’s, Church Hill (Grosvenor St), the procession travels through the streets of Sydney and culminates with prayer and Benediction at St Mary’s Cathedral forecourt.


Pope Francis Calls For 'Legitimate Redistribution' Of Wealth To The Poor
Last edited 18th May 2014

Pope Francis called Friday for governments to redistribute wealth to the poor in a new spirit of generosity to help curb the "economy of exclusion" that is taking hold today.


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