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Appeal Launched as Death Toll and Devastation Rise in Vanuatu
Last edited 17th March 2015

With every passing hour the damage Tropical Cyclone Pam wreaked on the usually idyllic tropical island chain of Vanuatu becomes horrifying clear.Two dozen bodies have been identified, thousands of homes destroyed, roads, buildings and power lines torn apart. However rescue teams are still struggling to contact or reach many of the islands that make up this popular tourist destination.

Reports: ISIS Release 52 Abducted Christian Families
Last edited 9th March 2015

52 families of Assyrian Christian abducted from villages in north-eastern Syria by ISIS last month have been released, according to reports. According to AsiaNews, Mgr Mario Zenari, the Apostolic Nuncio to Syria, said the hostages were released on March 5 and 6 “without payment of any ransom.”


The God of Sticky Notes
Last edited 1st March 2015

Emily Pellarin woke up one morning to find her roommate had woken up early and written 9 sticky notes with words of affirmation for her and stuck them on the bathroom mirror, this beautiful surprise made her reflect on the "sticky notes" that God writes for us on a daily basis but that we sometimes do not recognise.

The Do-Over - A Youth Ministry Video Resource
Last edited 23rd February 2015

Jake keeps messing up, except he doesn’t see it that way - at least not at first. Thanks to a little outside help, that’s about to change.


New Spanish Cardinal: Calling us “princes of the Church” is something of the past
Last edited 19th February 2015

At 72-years-old, Ricardo Blázquez is a busy man. He is Archbishop of Valladolid and President of the Episcopal Conference of Spain. After Pope Francis made him a cardinal, he now has yet another role in the Church. He said being a cardinal is not just a title but a serious responsibility. "'Prince of the Church' isn't used anymore ... I think that appears only in the history books or is said by a few people who aren't up to date.”

How Divine Mercy Renews the Sacred Heart Devotion
Last edited 9th March 2015

Sometimes, people try to pit the devotion to the Sacred Heart against the Divine Mercy devotion. It’s almost like they think they’re in competition or some such rot. The Divine Mercy devotion isn’t a replacement of Sacred Heart, it’s an enrichment — or rather, it’s a return. The devotion to Divine Mercy enriches the ancient devotion to the merciful Heart of Jesus by focusing on the very heart of that devotion.

Xt3's 2015 Lent App Embraces Indigenous Australian Theme
Last edited 15th February 2015

This year, the Archdiocese of Sydney's social network, has released a Lent Calendar App featuring a unique Indigenous Australian theme.


Pope Francis Renews Call for Peace in Ukraine
Last edited 10th February 2015

Pope Francis has renewed his call for negotiations to resolve the conflict in eastern Ukraine in a statement by the Pope’s press secretary yesterday (10 February). Fr Federico Lombardi said that the Vatican was following the crisis closely and that the Pope sought to address all parties in the pursuit of peace.


Why do people find it hard to pray? Q and A with Fr. Jacques Philippe
Last edited 14th January 2015

Why do people find it hard to pray? Q and A with Fr. Jacques Philippe.


Information for Parishes - The New Working with Children Check
Last edited 8th January 2015

Information for Parishes the new working with children check is now in operation. This factsheet is specifically designed to assist Parishes in identifying when, and in what instance, a Working with Children Check is required under the new scheme.

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