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From the beginning of his pontificate, Pope Francis has been astute with the way the Vatican handles its money, according to Rome Reports.
International Jesuit leader Fr Arturo Sosa has expressed his support for a new Jesuit social services program aimed at tackling violence and helping men and boys build better relationships with those around them, the Australian Jesuits report.
A new daily prayer app aims to "offer something distinctively Marian" through a contemplative prayer experience, according to Australia’s Marists.
A renewed approach to celebrating the liturgy in the local church was explored at a recent conference, Melbourne Catholic reports.
Pope Francis has appointed Fr Kenneth Michael Howell an Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of Brisbane, the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference (ACBC) Media Blog reports.
Forget Theology of the Body, it’s time to sink your teeth into the “Theology of Food” according to American priest Fr Leo Patalinghug, the Catholic Weekly reports.
Ten years ago, Sydney Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP helped a trafficked South American nanny escape a life of slavery, reports AAP/9News.com.au
Pope Francis has called for a “collective and concerted” multilateral effort to eliminate nuclear weapons, Crux reports.
Catholic schools around the Mackay region will remain closed today, following the destruction caused by Cyclone Debbie in the north, the Daily Mercury reports.
Ben Chesworth doesn’t mind admitting he enjoys the performance spotlight. That’s part of the reason he chose to take up the organ as a year 8 student five years ago, the Catholic Voice reports.
Vatican Radio’s English shortwave broadcast for Asia ended on Friday after nearly 60 years of service, the Rome-based broadcaster announced on its website.
Cardinal Raymond Burke has again promised to “correct the situation” over confusion surrounding Pope Francis’s controversial 2016 document on marriage and the family, Amoris Laetitia, reports Crux.
Fear-based parenting, where parents fret that they are failing their children by "not doing parenting right" is a modern parent's dilemma, The Record reports.
What have Australian Catholics done to relieve the sufferings of persecuted Christians of the Middle East, asks Peter Rosengren in The Catholic Weekly.
Two Christian charities have been granted official permission to keep their board members’ names secret on the grounds of “public safety”, The Australian reports.
During a Mass offered for the victims of last week's London attacks, Cardinal Vincent Nichols spoke of the darkness experienced by those who suffer and mourn, according to the Diocese of Westminster.
The Catholic Archdiocese of Mexico says Mexicans who help build US President Donald Trump's planned border wall would be acting immorally and should be deemed traitors, The Australian reports.
Over the past four years the royal commission has examined the nature, cause and impact of child sexual abuse across many different institutions. Yesterday in Sydney it began its final public hearing, reports the Truth Justice and Healing Council.