The Vatican's foreign minister called on the world’s governments to strive more actively to prevent wars and protect human dignity, CNS reports.
Brisbane Archbishop Mark Coleridge said those participating in the same-sex marriage postal survey should consider that the love of same-sex couples is different to the love in a traditional marriage, ABC News reports.
US Bishops have called on the US Congress to create a commission to combat the harms of climate change and promote human dignity as a whole, CNA reports.
A survivor-led project that saw the Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle publicly acknowledge the devastation caused by clergy sexual abuse was recently launched in Newcastle, mnnews.today reports.
The St Vincent de Paul Society National Council, Mission Australia and Anglicare Australia have called on the Commonwealth Government to recognise that unemployment benefit payments are not enough to cover the cost of living.
Pope Francis will today launch a global campaign to promote the rights of refugees and migrants, Caritas Australia reports.
When she retires as the pastoral director of the Bordertown parish at the end of the year, Sr Liz Morris RSJ will miss many things, but not the endless hours of driving on country roads, The Southern Cross reports.
A plan to ban the homeless from camping in Melbourne's CBD has been abandoned by the council over fears the move could leave it open to lengthy legal challenges, The Age reports.
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Pope Francis’ committee of advisors on protecting children from sexually-abusive priests is expanding its workload to include the needs and rights of children fathered by Catholic priests, Crux reports.
A Christian Brothers College Adelaide student who fled Myanmar five years ago has given an insight into the life of the Rohingya people who are experiencing persecution in their country, ABC reports.
A universal basic income would be a "backward step" for Australian workers that could increase inequality and cost the budget billions says Labor MP Jim Chalmers, The Guardian reports.
New research has found people who volunteer donate twice as much money to charity as people who only donate money, the Brisbane Times reports.
Four student athletes have been rewarded for their off-field commitment to their university studies, by being selected in the National Rugby League (NRL) Academic Team of the Year, the Australian Catholic University announced.
The Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill 2017 currently before the Victorian Parliament is a "step too far", according to a Herald Sun editorial published on Saturday.
Parishes across Perth are supporting people with disabilities to take an active role in Church life through inclusive and adapted liturgy Masses, The eRecord reports.
The passing of the Youth Justice Reform Bill 2017 will erode the foundations of Victoria’s youth justice system and prevent the rehabilitation of vulnerable youth, says Jesuit Social Services.
Gender dysphoria educator Fr Joseph Parkinson has called the move by a Catholic school to allow students struggling with gender identity to wear a gender-neutral uniform a wise decision, The Catholic Leader reports.