Labor has vowed to establish a royal commission on violence and abuse against people with disabilities, the Sydney Morning Herald reports.
Don't Tell is a significant and important Australian film on the long-lasting damage caused by institutional sexual abuse.
In a post-truth, fake-news world, we need the kind of leader who isn’t driven by ego, vitriol and divisiveness - and the answer is Our Lady, writes Ann Rennie in Australian Catholics.
Confronting a culture increasingly hostile to religious belief was the focus of a Perth workshop by Fr Richard Leonard SJ last week, the eRecord reports.
The pastoral care teams at two Melbourne hospitals were recognised at the 2017 Spiritual Care Australia Awards, Mercy Health reports.
There are grave risks for everyone involved in the fight over Malcolm Turnbull’s $18.6 billion overhaul of school funding, writes Denis Shanahan in The Australian.
A Filipino cardinal has prayed for the release of Catholic hostages held by Islamist militants who have seized parts of a city on Mindanao, appealing to Muslim leaders to help secure their release, CNA reports.
Donors from all over Australia are helping Lismore diocese provide more than 900 mattresses to people devastated by floods in the Lismore and Tweed districts at the end of March, The Catholic Leader reports.
More than 500 women gathered at three events this month to show solidarity with women living in poverty, Caritas Australia reports.
A Catholic priest was feared kidnapped and a church set on fire in Mindanao as President Rodrigo Duterte imposed martial law across the entire Muslim majority region last night, ucanews.com reports.
A museum to honour the woman who could become Australia's next saint has opened in Melbourne, reports Melbourne Catholic.
St Francis of Assisi, Pope Francis of Argentina and Fatima visionary Sr Lucia have an important friend in common – St Anthony of Padua, and his relics will next month tour Australia, reports the Messenger of St Anthony.
Legislation to allow for euthanasia to take place in Tasmania has been voted down for the third time in less than a decade, The Advocate reports.
Pope Francis and US President Donald Trump spent 30 minutes speaking privately yesterday at the Vatican, with Mr Trump telling the Pope as he left, “I won’t forget what you said,” CNS reports.
In the 23 days since the Turnbull government announced its long-awaited school-funding plan, a lot of numbers have been thrown about and many accusations have been made, writes Danielle Cronin in The Australian.
Following the murders of six journalists this year, the Mexican Bishops' Conference offered prayers for journalists as they face increased violence in their efforts to uncover truth, CNA reports.
Young people across Australia are being called to share their views about life, faith, and their experience of Church through an online survey, reports the ACBC Media Blog.
Australian Catholic University and Orange Sky Laundry service have partnered to help people who are doing it tough, the university reports.