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Cardinal Pell on the Eve of His Departure to the Holy See
Last edited 7th April 2014

Cardinal George Pell, former eighth Archbishop of Sydney has now taken up his new role in the Vatican as Prefect of the Secretariat for the Economy. Before leaving Sydney, Cardinal Pell spoke to Catholic Communications about his new position, what he and Pope Francis hope to achieve, his challenges, what he will miss most in Australia and, when the job is done, where he would like to retire.

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Pope Francis to Queen Elizabeth II: Pray for Me!
Last edited 4th April 2014

In their first overseas trip in three years, Britain's Queen Elizabeth II and her husband, Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, met April 3 with Pope Francis at the Vatican. At the end of the meeting, the Pope asked the Queen to remember to pray for him.


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"Danny and Annie" from StoryCorps
Last edited 2nd April 2014

Danny Perasa and his wife, Annie, came to StoryCorps to recount their twenty-seven-year romance. As they remember their life together from their first date to Danny's final days with terminal cancer, these remarkable Brooklynites personify the eloquence, grace, and poetry that can be found in the voices of everyday people when we take the time to listen.

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Baroness Jane Campbell - Freedom-Fighter, Politician, Disability Advocate
Last edited 27th March 2014

Baroness Jane Campbell is a Commissioner of the Equality and Human Rights Commission, and has suffered with spinal muscular atrophy her whole life. In this video, Baroness Campbell talks about working in the House of Lords, defying death, overcoming negative attitudes and the pleasure of proving all those people wrong who told her she would never would never get a job, or live to get as old as this, or have the energy or intelligence to be a significant politician.

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Pope Francis welcomes Jean Vanier, founder of L'Arche Foundation
Last edited 26th March 2014

Pope Francis met with the founder of L'Arche foundation, Jean Venier. Since 1964, the movement has been defending the dignity of the disabled and promoting their integration in society.


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What Can Each Person Do to End Hunger?
Last edited 4th March 2014

What can you do? That's the question Spanish NGO Manos Unidas wants people to ask themselves, when it comes to using resources. The Madrid-based Catholic Charity has been working since 1960 with the "marginalised” people that Pope Francis talks about so often. His messages inspire them to keep up their work.

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What Does Lent Mean to You? Vox Pops with Notre Dame Students!
Last edited 2nd April 2014

What does Lent mean to you? Have you decided to give something up this year, or perhaps take something up? asked some of the staff and students at The University of Notre Dame Australia what they were giving up for Lent, and what the Lenten Season means to them.


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Redefining Family
Last edited 28th February 2014

“You see so many people left alone. Why? Because of our concept of family.” – Guruji Sri Vast


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Catholic Generosity Warms the Poor
Last edited 27th February 2014

Baltimore's Beans & Bread Center is a Catholic-run organization charged with assisting the city's homeless population, which becomes more challenging when it's cold outside.

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Cotton Wool Kid: Meet the Man Whose Skin can Fall off at the Slightest Touch
Last edited 26th February 2014

Imagine having your skin fall off at the slightest touch. That's the reality for 34-year-old Brisbane man Dean Clifford who suffers from a rare condition known as Epidermolysis bullosa.


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