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If You are Gay I Want You to Know I Don't Hate You - I Love You and so Does God!
Last edited 2nd July 2015 is a website that explains Christian apologetics via cartoon. In this cartoon he explains the love God has for all his people including those who experience same sex attraction.

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A Martyred Jesuit Remembered
Last edited 2nd July 2015

Jesuit Father Luis Espinal was a priest from Spain missioned in Bolivia in the 1960’s. He was assassinated by the military dictators on March 22, 1980 in La Paz. That was two days before the same fate befell the prophetic Archbishop, Oscar Romero, in San Salvador. The thirtieth anniversary of their deaths brings back personal memories worth sharing.

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The Anonymous Us Project
Last edited 2nd July 2015

The Anonymous Us Project is a safety zone for real and honest insights regarding third party reproduction (sperm & egg donation, and surrogacy). We aim to share the experiences of voluntary and involuntary participants in these new reproductive technologies, while preserving the dignity and privacy for story-tellers and their loved ones. All stories are contributed anonymously because “anonymity in reproduction hides the truth, but anonymity in story-telling helps reveal the truth.

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Why Do We Celebrate the Solemnity of Saints Peter and Paul on the Same Day?
Last edited 29th June 2015

St. Peter and St. Paul are two of the most well known saints, and are often spoken of as the two men most responsible for spreading the Christian message in the days of the early church. Because of his Roman citizenship, St. Paul was beheaded. St. Peter was reportedly crucified upside down because he said he was not worthy to be sacrificed in the same manner as Christ.

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Stories of Forgiveness
Last edited 29th June 2015

Recetly we have seen some remarkable stories of forgiveness in our news. Given that we are approaching the Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy, it’s good to reflect on how we are seeing mercy played out in our times.

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#ACYF Adelaide 2015 - Promo Video
Last edited 26th June 2015

You are invited to the largest Catholic gathering Adelaide has ever seen as the Australian Catholic Youth Festival gathers young people from year 9 to 25 yrs from across the country from 3-5 December 2015 at the Adelaide Convention Centre.


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Go, Tell John - Q&A about John the Baptist
Last edited 3rd July 2015

Why is John's birthday celebrated anyway? It is more usual for saints to be commemorated on the date of their death, which is in fact the day of their birth into eternal life. But John, like Christ and the Blessed Virgin, has a feast day for his earthly birth. His birth was important in itself because it heralded the birth of Christ, but there was another reason that set John apart from other saints.

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Homelessness, Addiction, Poverty: Is There Another Option for Young People Leaving Foster Care?
Last edited 22nd June 2015

On Friday 29 May 2015, CatholicCare Sydney officially opened two new homes for young people leaving the foster care system who are at risk of homelessness. The three-bedroom homes are part of CatholicCare’s Rose Gallagher Project, which will see young people at risk of homelessness receive subsidised housing and practical support to build their strengths, improve their living skills and address issues that prevent independent living.

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ACYF2015 Official Song Submissions
Last edited 11th June 2015

The Australian Catholic Youth Festival is a national gathering of Catholic young people established by the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference. This year's Festival will take place in Adelaide from 3-5 December 2015.


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Bearing Wrongs Patiently: The 5th Spiritual Work of Mercy
Last edited 5th June 2015

To "Bear Wrongs Patiently" is perhaps the most revolutionary of the Spiritual works of mercy. It is the one tied most directly to the Cross of our Lord Jesus Christ. To decide to bear wrongs patiently is nothing less than to declare a revolution and to wage a very paradoxical counteroffensive against this world and its economy of anger.


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