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Do Not Put Us To the Test: Anglicans Defend Lord’s Prayer
Last edited 24th November 2015

Anticipating Christmas, the Anglicans in the UK wanted to encourage fellow Britons that it is good to pray. So they produced a 60-second film about prayer that would be screened with other advertisements to the family-type audiences expected to fill theatres for the new Star Wars movie.


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Pope Names First Catholic Bishop to Oversee Anglican Ordinariate
Last edited 24th November 2015

Pope Francis has appointed Msgr. Steven Lopes, a Catholic priest from California, as the new bishop who will head the Anglican Ordinariate in the United States and Canada.


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Archbishop of Aleppo: Young Adults Don't See Hope in the Horizon. They are fleeing Syria
Last edited 23rd November 2015

The civil war in Syria is forcing Christians to leave their country. The Archbishop of Aleppo, Msgr. Antoine Audo, says the violence, instability and hopelessness is driving people out every day. "We are Syria's Christians. Despite the difficulties, we are determined to give testimony of what we are going through.”


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Requiem Mass and Prayers for Peace for Those Killed in Paris and Elsewhere
Last edited 20th November 2015

Requiem Mass and Prayers for Peace for Those Killed in Paris and Elsewhere - St Mary's Cathedral, Sydney 16 November.

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Pope Francis at Rome's Lutheran Church: Both Sides Must Seek Forgiveness
Last edited 16th November 2015

When Pope Francis visited Rome's Lutheran church on Sunday, he was greeted with the same enthusiasm he has received on his many trips to Catholic parishes throughout the Eternal City.


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Is Anti-Catholicism the New Racism?
Last edited 11th November 2015

Religious freedom is just as important as political freedom, declared George Brandis, Australia’s attorney general, in a speech given on November 5. Brandis was speaking at Australia’s Human Rights Commission’s Religious Freedom Roundtable, held in Sydney.


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Thousands of Christians Flee ISIS Onslaught in Syria
Last edited 9th November 2015

ISIS terrorists released 37 Syrian Christians over the weekend, part of a group of 200 Assyrians they kidnapped in February.


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Central African Republic Priest: 'They Wanted to Destroy the Church'
Last edited 8th November 2015

A Comboni missionary in the Central Africa Republic, recounting the violence taking place around his parish in the capital, expressed hope that Pope Francis’s planned visit would open people’s hearts to God’s love and “renew the face of this beautiful country drenched in blood”.


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Those Who've Stayed: What Now for Christians in Syria & Iraq?
Last edited 9th November 2015

War in Iraq and Syria have taken a heavy toll on the Chaldean Christians of the Middle East. Now Chaldean bishops like Archbishop Bashar Warda of Erbil, Iraq are asking what they can do to help Christian refugees survive and preserve their faith in times of trouble.


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The Secret to Loving Your Neighbor: Love Notes, Mark 12:31
Last edited 2nd November 2015

Love your neighbor as yourself: Mark 12:31 Do you know who you are? Yes, you. Do you know who you are? Because what I’ve learned is that loving God and loving others, is only possible when I know who I am. Follow me here. According to Jesus, the whole law and the whole way of life for a Christian is summed up in these two commandments – love God, and love your neighbor.

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