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Letter to Bishops on the Bread and the Wine for the Eucharist

Last edited 11th July 2017

Circular letter to Bishops on the bread and wine for the Eucharist


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Cardinal Joachim Meisner, One of Four 'Dubia’ Cardinals, Dies at Age 83

Last edited 6th July 2017

Cardinal Joachim Meisner, archbishop emeritus of Cologne, Germany and one of four cardinals who sent the "dubia" to Pope Francis last year, passed away Wednesday morning at the age of 83.


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Witnessing to a World that is Waiting

Last edited 3rd July 2017

I believe that the best feeling in the world is getting some good news to distract you from studying. One time in college, while studying with some friends, we’d reached a point where we were spending more time on our phones than our upcoming test and I got a text from a friend. He shared with me that he decided he wanted to become Catholic. I freaked out, blurted the news to the study group, and ran out the door to call him. We had a great chat where he talked about how the Christian witness of some of our friends really showed him the authentic love and confidence he had been searching for. I was so excited as I finished up my phone call. Before I walked back into the room, I could hear my study group talking.


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The Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary: A Beautiful Infographic

Last edited 26th June 2017

June 23 is a special day in the Catholic Calendar, as we celebrate the Feast of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus.


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El Salvador's First Cardinal a Friend of Blessed Oscar Romero

Last edited 21st June 2017

Pope Francis' decision to elevate Bishop José Gregorio Rosa Chávez is unprecedented: not only is he the first Salvadoran cardinal, he is also the first auxiliary bishop to be given a red biretta.


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Catholic Schools Launch Fairness Campaign in the Face of a $4.6b Cut to Funding

Last edited 19th June 2017

Catholic schools have launched a video campaign to highlight the impact of the Liberal-National Government's proposed funding reforms on low-fee paying Catholic school families.


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Calling Young Australians to be Part of an International Conversation

Last edited 25th May 2017

Young people across Australia are being called to share their views about life, faith, and their experience of Church through an online survey published today by the Australian Bishops.


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7 Easter Traditions to Help You Celebrate All Seven Weeks of Easter

Last edited 21st April 2017

Most people can tell you that Lent is 40 days, but how long is Easter? One day? Yes, Easter Sunday is one day, but do you know how long the season of Easter really is?


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Christians in Middle East Gather for Easter Prayers Following Palm Sunday Bombings

Last edited 18th April 2017

Christians attended an Easter service on Mount Nebo in Jordan


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Young Priest Returns Home to Bless his Village

Last edited 18th April 2017

A NEWLY ORDAINED priest has described returning with the Blessed Sacrament to his home village in northern Iraq after it was finally liberated from Daesh (ISIS) extremists.


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