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Catholics Call Survival 'Miraculous' After Tornado Hits Church

Last edited 1st May 2017

On Saturday night, parishioners of St. John the Evangelist church in Emory, Texas received the horrifying news that a tornado was heading in the direction of their church.


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'No-one cares, mate': Being a War Veteran at 27

Last edited 25th April 2017

It was 10 years ago, three months shy of Chris May's 17th birthday, that his parents signed the paperwork for him to join the Army, allowing him to leave school early to follow in his older brother's footsteps.


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Policeman and Suspected Gunman Shot Dead in Paris 'Terror Attack'

Last edited 20th April 2017

One policeman has been shot dead and two others wounded in central Paris, French police say, with their suspected attacker killed by security forces.


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Church Needs to Engage Marginalised Young Australians

Last edited 20th April 2017

From 5th to 9th April, I had the great honour of being the Australian Youth Delegate at the conference, ‘From Krakow to Panama: The Synod Journeying with Young People,’ held in Rome.


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Family of Facebook Murder Victim: We Forgive the Killer

Last edited 19th April 2017

Mourning family members of a Cleveland man whose murder on Easter Sunday was posted online in a Facebook video said that despite their grief, they forgive their father’s killer.


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New Australian Catholic Women's Mentoring Program

Last edited 12th April 2017

In May an exciting new initiative for Australian Catholic women is being launched in Sydney.


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This Baby's Life Support Can Be Pulled Without Parental Consent, UK Judge Rules

Last edited 11th April 2017

Charlie Gard is an 8 month old in the United Kingdom who has been fighting for his life against a rare disease.


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Migrants from West Africa Being ‘Sold in Libyan Slave Markets’

Last edited 10th April 2017

West African migrants are being bought and sold openly in modern-day slave markets in Libya, survivors have told a UN agency helping them return home. Trafficked people passing through Libya have previously reported violence, extortion and slave labour.


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Royals William, Kate and Harry Meet Victims of the Westminster Terror Attack at a Service in London

Last edited 6th April 2017

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry joined those injured in the March 22 terror attack and victims’ families in a multi-faith service Wednesday at London’s Westminster Abbey.


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Human Rights Violations - Chechen Police 'have rounded up more than 100 suspected gay men'

Last edited 2nd April 2017

Chechnya is formally part of Russia, but functions as a quasi-independent state in which the word of Kadyrov often seems to transcend Russian laws. He has overseen the rebuilding of the republic with Moscow’s money, after two devastating wars.


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