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Ordinary Catholics, including those who may not be regular church attendees, must help with Church reform, writes Kevin Liston on Eureka Street.
The federal government is exposed to a voter backlash in 13 marginal seats along the eastern seaboard that could cost it power after igniting a row with the Catholic education sector, The Australian reports.
A new light, or rather 2400 LED lights, shine on Raphael's work in the Vatican Museums, according to Rome Reports.
Pope Francis is urging the world to show a greater commitment to fighting human trafficking, Crux reports.
Sydney’s tent city in Martin Place is part of a furious blame game between the state government and City of Sydney council, reports News.com.au.
Seminarians in five Catholic seminaries throughout Tanzania now have access to thousands of theological texts after the recent completion of a ground-breaking project to digitise their libraries, Broken Bay News reports.
Pope Francis has led tributes to Charlie Gard, the 11-month-old with a rare brain disorder who died on Friday, Britain's The Independent reports.
A man who allegedly set fire to two homes and a historic church in Tasmania's south on Saturday has been remanded in custody, ABC News reports.
We have the power to make death dignified with palliative care, writes Victorian Liberal MP Dee Ryall in the Herald Sun.
An Irish priest has said the Belfast Film Festival’s decision to screen two horror films in a former Catholic church is “cynical and crass,” The Tablet reports.
Four theologians are studying Vatican archival material with a view of telling the whole story of how and why Blessed Paul VI wrote Humanae Vitae, his encyclical on married love, CNS/Catholic Herald reports.
Queensland education officials bypassed the government’s own religious instruction experts when devising an unofficial policy that prevented children from talking about Jesus in the playground, The Australian reports.
Struggling households in South Australia will benefit from a bold proposal to reduce power costs that would allow the state government to directly negotiate electricity contracts on their behalf, The Advertiser reports.
A new post-abortion grief counselling service has commenced in the Archdiocese of Perth, The eRecord reports.
Police may escort Cardinal George Pell through an underground entrance for his next Melbourne court appearance after officers had to force their way through a 100-strong media throng, The Age reports.
Catholic schools within the Townsville Diocese have woven more than 10,000 ribbon stars as part of a campaign to put an end to domestic, gender-based and family violence, the Townsville Catholic Education Office (TCEO) reports.
The minimal sentence handed to the man who ran over and killed Kalgoorlie teenager Elijah Doughty shows there is rarely justice for Aboriginal victims, writes Celeste Liddle in Eureka Street.
This American drama of grief and loss tells the story of a husband who returns as a ghost to the house he shared with his wife while he was alive.