Focus on respect

Australian Catholic Bishops have called on the community to focus on the message of Jesus Christ and his relationship with women, ahead of the  International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women on Tuesday.

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Jobs under pressure

Dozens of nurses at Perth's Swan District Hospital are angry they were not offered jobs or face reduced hours when Midland public hospital, to be operated by St John of God Health Care, opens next year, reports The West Australian.

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Hunger is manipulated

The Pope has urged countries around the world to do more to help those suffering from hunger and malnutrition. "Perhaps we have paid too little heed to those who are hungry," he told an international conference on nutrition, reports The Catholic Herald.

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Archbishop Kaigama

As President of the bishops’ conference of Nigeria, Archbishop Ignatius Kaigama has made inter-faith outreach a priority in an attempt to restore peace to his country, and is not afraid to speak out and ruffle feathers, The Catholic Herald reports.

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Radical can be positive

Being radical doesn’t have to be connected with violence. It can be very positive, writes Good Samaritan Sister Clare Condon in The Good Oil.

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Thousands of Indians coming

At least 4,000 Indians are expected at the Vatican this weekend to see Pope Francis officially declare two Indians — a mystic nun and a social reformer priest — saints, reports Ucanews.

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Bethlehem University

Bethlehem University is a Catholic co-educational institution in the Lasallian tradition, whose mission is to provide quality higher education to the people of Palestine.

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Grim discovery

The body of a Ugandan missionary priest has been found in a mass grave as authorities search for the remains of 43 missing trainee teachers, the local diocese said, reports The Tablet.

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Notre Dame University

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Bishop Peter Comensoli

Pope Francis has appointed the Most Reverend Peter Comensoli as the third Bishop of Broken Bay.

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Drug mule story

Those with long memories might think of Francis, the talking mule. Those whose memories do not go back so far will probably think of drugs and smuggling and those who carry the drugs, the mules.

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Evangelical shift

Growing numbers of Catholics in Latin America are abandoning the Church in favour of evangelical congregations or non-religious life, according to a new survey, reports The Tablet.

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Mixture of backgrounds

The Sydney Alliance brings together diverse community organisations, unions and religious organisations to advance the common good and achieve a fair, just and sustainable city.

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Parishioners angry

Parishioners in Seattle are angry following an overflow funeral Mass with some 20 celebrants and choir at a local church followed by a catered reception for a former priest who admitted to sexually abusing boys, reports NCR Online.

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Funerals for slain rabbis

Pope Francis has condemned the "unacceptable episodes of violence" in Jerusalem that "do not spare even places of worship," after an attack in a synagogue left four worshippers, a policeman and the two attackers dead, reports CNS.

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Palliative care ignored

The hijacking of the term "dying with dignity" by advocates of assisted suicide is an insult to the health professionals and pastoral carers who provide pain alleviation and comfort to the sick, the dying and their families, writes Jack de Groot in The Age.

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Fourth ACU chancellor

The Australian Catholic University will celebrate the installation of former NSW Premier John Fahey AC as the new Chancellor of the University on Sunday.

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Bishop Coffey

Victoria is mourning the passing of two retired clergymen, the retired Bishop of Sale, Jeremiah Coffey and Monsignor James Murray, former priest at St Mary of the Angels in Geelong.

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Timothy Flanigan

Twelve weeks ago, Catholic deacon and doctor Timothy Flanigan left the US carrying 10 hockey bags full of medical supplies. His destination was Liberia, one of several countries battling the deadly Ebola virus in west Africa.

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Notre Dame University

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Mass on Demand

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From St Mary’s, North Sydney. The first Mass of the day on YouTube

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Live streamed from Our Lady of the Rosary Cathedral, Waitara

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