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St Thérèse of Lisieux – Saints Who took the Narrow Road

Last edited 22nd September 2017

St Thérèse of Lisieux was a Carmelite nun who did not make any remarkable achievements, but has become a Doctor of the Church and one of the most popular saints today. Her way of life has inspired many, and shows that holiness is for all.


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The Business of Addiction: How the Video Gaming Industry Has Learned From Casinos

Last edited 21st September 2017

The video gaming industry has transitioned from a group of backyard innovators to an industry of multi-billion dollar companies, hiring psychologists, neuroscientists and marketing experts to turn customers into addicts. The latest trend is the creation of “whales,” people so addicted to games that they spend their entire life savings to keep playing. But the video gaming industry, today one of the fastest growing industries in the US, has more humble origins.


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Australia Offers to Pay Rohingya Refugees to Return to Myanmar

Last edited 18th September 2017

Australia is promising thousands of dollars to Rohingya refugees who agree to return to Myanmar, a country that has been accused of ethnic cleansing against the Muslim minority.


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Preparations And Hopes – Synod Of Youth 2018

Last edited 17th September 2017

20 young people from across the world have been meeting in Rome for the International Seminar of Young People – listening, preparing and actioning ways forward for the 2018 Synod of Bishops on Youth, Faith and Vocational Discernment.


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Rohingya Crisis: Bangladesh to Accuse Myanmar of 'Ethnic Cleansing'

Last edited 17th September 2017

Myanmar's top general has blamed Rohingya people for the crisis that has led to hundreds of thousands crossing into Bangladesh. Gen Min Aung Hlaing said the Rohingya "has never been an ethnic group", and accused "extremists" of trying to form a stronghold in northern Rakhine state.


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Canberra Man Walks 1900km Across African Desert For Charity

Last edited 15th September 2017

Walking thousands of kilometres alone in an African desert, with nothing but a soccer ball and an iPod for company, is something that few of us would contemplate. Canberra adventurer and Caritas Australia supporter, Matt Napier, however, did exactly that, walking thousands of kilometres to raise money for those living in poverty.


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Single Mum Rallies a Thousand Marchers for ‘NO’ Vote in Sydney CBD

Last edited 13th September 2017

Sydney’s CBD came to a halt last weekend as supporters of traditional marriage marched peacefully through the city’s streets.


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Matt Maher - Your Love Defends Me (Acoustic)

Last edited 13th September 2017

Get familiar with Matt Maher's songs in time for the Australian Catholic Youth Festival 2017 from the 7th to the 9th of December.


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Fr. Tom Uzhunnalil is Freed

Last edited 13th September 2017

The Salesian priest had been kidnapped by Islamic terrorists in Aden in 2016 when four Sisters of Mother Teresa were murdered. The vicar of southern Arabia and the president of the Indian Bishops' Conference thank the governments that have helped in securing his release and all those who have prayed for his release.


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Illegal Miners’ Boast of ‘Massacring’ Entire Uncontacted Amazon Tribe

Last edited 11th September 2017

Brazilian authorities have confirmed the alleged massacre of indigenous people from an uncontacted Amazonian tribe by illegal miners in northwestern Brazil, according to the Amazonia Real news agency.


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