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“Generation Maybe”

Last edited 24th March 2014

Are today’s 30-somethings commitment phobes? In his recent book German author, Oliver Jeges, certainly paints this portrait of his peers, going so far as to call them “Generation Maybe”. He claims that his generation is indecisive about faith, relationships, work, diet, values and ideology. Drowning in a world of freedom and a myriad of choices, they flit between possibilities unsure where to settle.

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Vatican Recognises Missionaries of God's Love

Last edited 12th February 2014

A milestone in the life of the Catholic Church of Australia will be celebrated at St Christopher's Cathedral, Canberra on Saturday, 8 February when Archbishop Christopher Prowse will preside over the inauguration of the Missionaries of God's Love (MGL) Religious Institutes of Diocesan rite. Founded by Father Ken Barker in 1986, the MGL congregation is one of only a tiny handful of Catholic religious congregations in Australia that has not evolved or a part of a European or other overseas religious order.

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"Year of Consecrated Life" set for 2015

Last edited 2nd February 2014

On Sunday, February 2nd, Pope Francis celebrated the 18th World Day for Consecrated Life highlighting the fact that at the centre of Consecrated Life there is always Jesus.

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Priest Writes to the Pope Just Before Dying at Age 31. Here's What His Letter Said

Last edited 17th January 2014

A moving testament of faith, hope, and love...

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Pope Dedicates 2015 to "Year of Consecrated Life"

Last edited 1st December 2013

Emphasising the importance of the religious vocation, Pope Francis announced today that the year 2015 will be dedicated to Consecrated Life. The Holy Father made the announcement during the 82nd General Assembly of the Union of Superior Generals, which concluded last week in Rome.

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Stuttering Can Actually Help Clergy

Last edited 1st December 2013

Three years ago stuttering was catapulted into the worldwide spotlight with the success of the movie The King’s Speech, which centered on King George VI’s struggle with the speech disorder and his unique relationship with his Aussie therapist, Lionel Logue.

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Despite Typhoon Damage, Philippine Archdiocese Ordains Seven Priests

Last edited 1st December 2013

Seven priests of the Archdiocese of Palo were ordained amid the ruins of the typhoon-ravaged Cathedral of the Transfiguration of Our Lord in ceremonies on Tuesday.

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Pope Reaffirms Catholic Teaching on Male Priesthood

Last edited 27th November 2013

Pope Francis reaffirmed Catholic teaching on male priesthood in his first apostolic exhortation, while calling for a broader application of the “feminine genius” in Church life.

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Changing the World

Last edited 20th November 2013

This is the vocation story of Fr. Shane Johnson of the Legionaries of Christ.

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10 Tips: The Ex-Seminarian’s Survival Guide

Last edited 7th November 2013

This Fall marks a decade since I entered the sophomore year of college, no longer a seminarian. I look back on my time at the seminary with more appreciation than I had for it at the time, but I also recognize that I wouldn’t be the person I am today if I hadn’t had the opportunity to reacclimate to life on the outside. For those of you just now going through this process, I present these 10 tips:

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