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New Mexico’s Holy Week

Last edited 2nd April 2013

The high desert of northern New Mexico, with Taos as its unofficial capital, is a confluence of cultures and eras. Native American, Spanish, Mexican and American cultures co-exist and show themselves in both modern and old ways. Holy Week in this area is celebrated in a very public manner within the safety of the region, beyond the notice of much of the rest of the United States. The rites and customs are very much of the place and cultures found there.

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Is it "Illogical" to Believe in the Resurrection?

Last edited 4th April 2013

Many people will tell you that “based on human logic” the Resurrection makes no sense. The first thing we need to remember is that “human logic” is not omnipotence. God makes it very clear that “(His) ways are not our ways, nor are His thoughts our thoughts.” (Isaiah 55:8-9)


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Rare £10,000 bible discovered in Devon

Last edited 26th March 2013

A rare 16th century Bible which could be worth up to £10,000 if sold at auction has been discovered in a church in Devon.


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Finding Your Starfish

Last edited 1st April 2013

We as a generation have a unique opportunity to use our newfound global community to solve many of the issues facing our future. However, with this opportunity and power comes unprecedented complications that can stunt our growth and unfortunately leave us worse than before. The truth is that there are so many people and causes that deserve everyone’s time, and although it is entirely possible to care about all of these worthy causes, it isn’t humanly possible to give our time and passion every one of them. This sad reality can, and does, leave the most well-meaning people feeling completely powerless. Visit this article!


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Mother of Slain UVA Student Fights Domestic Violence

Last edited 22nd March 2013

Sharon Love is living every parent’s worst nightmare: her daughter, Yeardley Love, was found beaten to death after a nasty break-up with an abusive ex-boyfriend. Now, Love is trying to spread awareness about the all-too-real consequences of abusive relationships

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Gracefest Promises Unforgettable Night of Music, Prayer & Reflection

Last edited 22nd March 2013

More than 700 young people from parishes, universities and schools across Sydney will gather to celebrate Gracefest at St Mary's Cathedral Hall this Saturday for an evening of music, prayer and reflection.


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Loving Work Transitions — For Pope Francis and the Rest of Us

Last edited 19th March 2013

Sometimes we’re all afraid of responsibility, and young adults know this all too well. From your first job to that first big promotion, responsibility on the job can be daunting and filled with daily pressures. And often, while the prospect of a new profession or promotion is exciting, transitions are tough.


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St. Patrick

Last edited 24th March 2013

St. Patrick of Ireland is one of the world's most popular saints. Apostle of Ireland, born at Kilpatrick, near Dumbarton, in Scotland, in the year 387; died at Saul, Downpatrick, Ireland, 17 March, 461. He was a humble, pious, gentle man, whose love and total devotion to and trust in God should be a shining example to each of us. He feared nothing, not even death, so complete was his trust in God, and of the importance of his mission.


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Priesthood Enrolment Numbers On The Up

Last edited 11th March 2013

Following a slump in the 1980s and 1990s, there has been a sharp rise in the number of trainees. In the past five years, seminary enrolments in Australia have risen from about 235 a year in 2007 to 350 in 2012.


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D.I.Y. Religion: Do We Need the Catholic Church?

Last edited 7th March 2013

Do you think you don’t need religion? Or that maybe you could just “do it yourself”? Do you feel like you don’t need the Catholic Church in order to be spiritual?


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