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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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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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Call for Presenters and Performers at ACYF 2017

Last edited 13th April 2017

Are you a theologian or a catechist? Are you a youth minister or Church worker in evangelisation or pastoral care? Are you a social justice advocate or a speaker on Church leadership? Would you like to give a presentation at the Australian Catholic Youth Festival to be held 7-9 December 2017?


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Proof Of God or an Elaborate Hoax

Last edited 6th April 2017

In a Sunday Night special event, Mike Willesee reveals the results of a two decade-long investigation that has taken him to churches around the world. In Argentina and Mexico, blood and flesh mysteriously appeared on communion wafers inside Catholic churches.


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When the Saints Seem too Cool for You

Last edited 6th April 2017

Joseph protected Mary and Jesus as they fled into Egypt to escape Herod’s systematic killing of baby boys. Maria Goretti refused to give into an let a man sexually assault her, even when it cost her her life. Jose Sanchez del Rio was brutally tortured and killed for boldly refusing to renounce his faith. Maximilian Kolbe boldly preached the faith in the media and continued to preach during his imprisonment in Auschwitz, where he sacrificed his life for the life of a fellow inmate. Mother Teresa joyfully lived in extreme poverty, while caring for the poorest of the poor and the sickest of the sick. John Paul II was a beloved, charismatic, engaging leader who loved every person he encountered with the love of Christ. These are just a handful of anecdotes from the lives of the hundreds of canonized saints of our Church. We’re all called to be saints — to give our lives fully to God like the saints that have gone before us. Naturally, then, we should look to canonized saints as examples and role models. But how on earth are we supposed to be saints when those who have gone before us have done such remarkable things?


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9 Things You Need to Know About Palm (Passion) Sunday by Jimmy Akin

Last edited 3rd April 2017

Palm Sunday--or is it Passion Sunday?--marks the beginning of Holy Week. This day commemorates not one but two very significant events in the life of Christ.


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I'm a Married Catholic Priest who Thinks Priests Shouldn't get Married

Last edited 22nd March 2017

My wife and I, we have four children, all younger than 7.


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