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Year of Grace National Prayer in Auslan

Last edited 4th October 2012

From Pentecost 2012 until Pentecost 2013, the Church in Australia is celebrating a "Year of Grace". Here is the official prayer!


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Act of Consecration of Syria to the Immaculate Heart of Mary

Last edited 15th August 2012

Would you please join in praying with Archbishop Nassar of Syria - the Act of Consecration of Syria to the Immaculate Heart of Mary which he will make at 6pm (Syrian Time) on August 15th 2012 - Feast of the Assumption of Our Lady into Heaven. Wherever you are in the world on that day at 6pm – or when you can - please join in this consecration in support of the Archbishop.


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Happy Feast of the Assumption - 15 August

Last edited 20th August 2012

Happy Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary! Today we are celebrating the mystery that Jesus would not allow corruption to touch the body of His Mother, but rather at the end of her earthly life, He lifted her up body and soul into Heaven. Watch this video reflection for more.

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Pope Asks Christians to Hunger for Jesus’ Love

Last edited 12th August 2012

Pope Benedict XVI says that all Christians should reflect on how “hungry” they are to know and love Jesus Christ. “We too must ask ourselves if we really feel this hunger, hunger for the word of God, hunger to know the real meaning of life,” he said in his Sunday Angelus remarks Aug. 12.


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What is the Angelus?

Last edited 9th August 2012

Every Sunday at 12 in the afternoon, the pope prays the Angelus with pilgrims that gather in St. Peter's Square. The Angelus recalls the moment of the Incarnation, when the angel Gabriel told the Virgin Mary that she was to be the mother of Jesus. Since the days of the early Christians, it has been customary to remember this moment in the life of Virgin Mary. Learn more about the history of this great Christian tradition in this video!

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General Audience: Pope Reflects on Prayer of St. Dominic

Last edited 8th August 2012

During the general audience in Castel Gandolofo, Benedict XVI continued his catechesis on prayer. He spoke about St. Dominic, the founder of the Dominican Order in the thirteenth century and someone that led an apostolic life that was always supported in prayer.

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Pope Explains St. Dominic's Nine Ways of Prayer

Last edited 8th August 2012

On the Feast of St. Dominic, Pope Benedict XVI praised the founder of the Order of Preachers as “a man of prayer, in love with God” whose nine ways of prayer are an example for Christians’ daily life. St. Dominic, the Pope said, united the proclamation of the Gospel with “witness to a life of poverty.”


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August Retreats in Sydney - A Chance to Seek God’s Will

Last edited 13th August 2012

Last week from Sunday 5th to 12th August the Church in Australia celebrated National Vocations Awareness Week.


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Faith of Olympic Proportions

Last edited 13th August 2012

Religion has been a part of the Olympic games since, well, always. The first Olympic games trace back to 776 B.C. when events tied to festivals celebrating Zeus, the most important Olympic god and father of humanity. Olympia, Greece, the site of the ancient games, served as a meeting place for worship and religious practice, while the sporting events — wrestling, running, javelin, boxing, and horse and chariot races — were dedicated to the gods.


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Why Do Catholics Kiss the Relics of Saints?

Last edited 2nd August 2012

Catholics kiss relics because of what we believe about the human body. Relics are either parts of saints bodies or material objects (like clothing) that have been touched by a saint.


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