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Dioceses in Britain have issued amended versions of the Vatican’s consultation seeking to find Catholics’ views on issues such as the divorced and remarried, contraception and same-sex unions, reports The Tablet.
Priests in Mexico say they are currently having an immense battle with the devil. They say the country is under attack by Satan, and that more exorcists are needed to fight him, reports the BBC.
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.
Dreams can be powerful from leaders with the capacity to translate them into action. That was the case with Martin Luther King's I Have a Dream speech, and it seems to be the ambition of Pope Francis' new Apostolic Exhortation, writes John Allen.
There will probably be no surprise to find that when Mary meets Mohammad, there will be a meeting of minds and hearts. However, the surprise was all Mary’s.
Australian bishops have welcomed the Pope's Apostolic Exhortation Evangelii Gaudium, which has called for decentralising of Vatican authority and also critcised global capitalism for its impact on the poor.
The first book printed in what is today the United States of America sold for $14 million at auction in New York. The book of psalms became the world's most expensive printed book, reports AFP in The Australian.
A national register of abuse incidents used by the Anglican Church to screen clergy appointments is seriously deficient and so out of date that scores of names may be missing from it, reports The Sydney Morning Herald.
Catholic School Parents Australia (CSPA) has called on the Federal government to resolve uncertainty around school funding as quickly as possible.
Homepage for Josephite Community Aid (JCA). This Sydney-based charity was founded in 1986 to involve young people in providing aid to people isolated by poverty.
An Irish priest said he stepped down from the board of directors of a Catholic hospital in Ireland after it promised to comply with the country’s new law that allows abortion in limited circumstances, reports the The Catholic Herald.
The former head of the Grafton Anglican diocese says he is totally humiliated for personally falling 'very short' in dealing with the victims of sex abuse, reports the Newcastle Herald.
The lives of 10 orphaned refugees from African countries ravaged by war and poverty have become the focus of an event honouring Australia’s first saint, reports the Maitland Mercury.
If you enjoy the simple pleasures in life, such as drinking coffee whilst leafing through a coffee table book, then you may just have found the ultimate caffeine companion: The Vatican: All The Paintings, writes Artshub.
Magic, Magic is a film by Chilean director Sebastien Silva who directed the atmospheric 2009 film, The Maid. Atmosphere is an important word for this director.
Peace in the Middle East, particularly the ongoing war in Syria, topped the agenda on Monday as Pope Francis welcomed Russian President Vladimir Putin to the Vatican, reports the Catholic News Service.
Germany’s Catholic bishops plan to push ahead with proposed reforms to reinstate divorced and remarried parishioners despite a warning from the Vatican’s top doctrinal official, according to a senior cleric, reports Reuters.
The National Catholic Education Commission has called for reassurance that Catholic education systems will not be worse off following yesterday’s announcement that the Federal government will introduce a new funding model from 2015.