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Never again, again: Bishops promise action, but will it make a difference?

Last edited 19th September 2018

The moral credibility of the U.S. Catholic hierarchy is under serious scrutiny, both by the faithful and the wider world.


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Porn, True Intimacy, Introducing Parents to Jesus, and Same-sex Attraction

Last edited 18th September 2018

Matt Fradd answers questions from his audience about resisting conforming to social norms, sharing the Faith with non-believing parents, spiritual intimacy, extraterrestrial life, homosexuality in the Church, and more.


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Everyday Saints with Fr Dan McCaughan | Eastfest 2018

Last edited 12th September 2018

In this talk, Fr Dan speaks about the fact that no matter where we find ourselves, we are all called to be 'everyday saints'.


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Moving Forward with Healing and Compassion | Xt3 Vox

Last edited 11th September 2018

As this Year of Youth comes to a close and as the Church addresses the reality of sexual abuse scandals, we interviewed young people about their thoughts on how the Church can move forward towards healing and compassion.


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Empowering women around the world: Caritas Australia

Last edited 11th September 2018

Show your solidarity by joining women across Australia, standing with Women around the World, by hosting your own Women for the World event.


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Six New Churches in Five Years: Portland's Growing Catholic Community

Last edited 6th September 2018

In the Archdiocese of Portland, Oregon, the growth in the Catholic Church has been so great that six new churches have been dedicated since 2013.


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If I Could Change the World... | Year of Youth Blog

Last edited 5th September 2018

Earlier this year, I interned for the Holy See’s (Vatican’s) office at United Nations. Anyone who knows me knows that this has been my dream since I could walk... and it was everything I could wish for. I fell in love wholeheartedly with the work and only more in love with the Church. I watched in awe as the diplomats I worked under stood on the world stage and fought for the dignity and rights of the less fortunate. I hoped one day I could do the same. As I navigated through the grids of New York City, I plotted daily on ways I could return.


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Full interview with Fr Hans Zollner: Confronting the Reality of Abuse

Last edited 5th September 2018

Father Hans Zollner SJ, President of the Centre for Child Protection at the Gregorian University in Rome and a member of the Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors, is the Vatican’s foremost expert on safeguarding minors. In Australia last week, he spoke to Catholic Weekly journalist, Catherine Sheehan, about what the Church has learned through the sex abuse crisis.


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Be A Woman for the World and Help Fight Injustice this September

Last edited 4th September 2018

Every day, in many countries globally, discrimination and inequality rob women and girls of the opportunities to earn, learn and lead. Gender inequality is a fundamental denial of human rights and a key cause of poverty.


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The Broken and Blessed Catholic Church

Last edited 30th August 2018

The Catholic Church is made up of many sinful, broken individuals. So why be Catholic?


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