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Free Speech Protects Printer From Promoting Gay Pride Fest, Ky. Court Rules

Last edited 16th May 2017

Backers of a print shop owner who declined to print gay pride T-shirts because of his religious beliefs praised a Kentucky court’s decision that his free speech rights protect him from a discrimination complaint.

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God Doesn’t Owe You Anything

Last edited 20th April 2017

When we’re going through hard times, it’s easy to think we deserve better from God. In this video, Fr. Mike uses a compelling story from the book of Daniel to exemplify the challenging but proper response to adversity. As tough as it may be, finding a way to thank God no matter the situation is a sure way to holiness.

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Church calls Australian Youth to Showcase Their talents ahead of Youth Festival

Last edited 12th April 2017

Young people across Australia are invited to showcase their musical, artistic and film making talents ahead of the Australian Catholic Youth Festival (ACYF) later this year.

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A Catholic Guide to Partying

Last edited 6th April 2017

Ever wonder why one of the biggest parties in the USA, Mardi Gras, is so popular in one of the most Catholic cities in the country, New Orleans? The truth is, Catholics know how to party. In this video, Catholic speaker Mari Pablo shares how surprised she was when she found out how much her Catholic friends loved to simply have fun. She shows how we can do the same and share our faith in the process.

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Writers compete for $10,000 with return of the ACU Poetry Prize

Last edited 5th April 2017

Entries for the 2017 Australian Catholic University (ACU) Prize for Poetry are now welcome, with writers competing for the coveted $10,000 first prize.

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A 24 Hours for the Lord Parish Odyssey

Last edited 3rd April 2017

Continuing the custom called for by Pope Francis, parishes around Sydney opened their doors for an extended time of Eucharistic Adoration and the Sacrament of Penance this Lent. On assignment for The Catholic Weekly, Photographer Giovanni Portelli takes us with him on his adventure through the unique parish communities around Sydney on the 24th of March 2017 during the 24 Hours for the Lord event.

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The Disturbing YouTube Videos that are Tricking Children

Last edited 27th March 2017

Thousands of videos on YouTube look like versions of popular cartoons but contain disturbing and inappropriate content not suitable for children.

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The Catholic Traveler - One Man’s Voyage To Spread The Word Of The Church

Last edited 3rd April 2017

It took just one trip to Rome for Mountain Butorac to be called to the metropolitan pulse of the Catholic Church.

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Sesame Street Welcomes Julia, a Muppet with Autism

Last edited 20th March 2017

Its much-loved muppets Big Bird, Cookie Monster, and Oscar the Grouch have been charming viewers for almost 50 years.

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Coopers Beer: Gay Marriage Row Prompts Boycott in Australia

Last edited 16th March 2017

Australia's largest independent beer company has found itself at the centre of a boycott over a video discussing same-sex marriage.

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