Living Life Now appears on Aurora Community Channel on Foxtel and Austar and is hosted by motivational speaker Craig Harper, with co-hosts Emma Lechte and Vanessa O'Hanlon. It is a popular Pay TV program that provides an educational and inspirational

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The Vatican is not considering an immediate intervention in the Legion of Christ and Regnum Christi organisations following revelations that founder Fr Macial Maciel had led a double life and fathered a child. An official from the Congregation for

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Updated: South Brisbane's Fr Peter Kennedy says he is prepared to be arrested rather than leave St Mary's parish while Brisbane Archbishop John Bathersby says he has received hate mail over his decision to remove Fr Kennedy. "The Church wants you

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Days after a British nurse was reinstated after a suspension for offering to pray for a patient, it has emerged that a foster mother has also been struck off the register for allowing a Muslim girl in her care to convert to Christianity. The woman, who

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The Latin American Chapter of the Society of St Pius X has announced that controversial Bishop Richard Williamson has been removed from his post as head of the Society's seminary in Argentina. In a statement, Father Christian Bouchacourt, the head of the

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Melbourne Archbishop Denis Hart and the St Vincent de Paul Society have launched appeals to assist Victorian bushfire victims and Centacare agencies are mobilising while ACBC President Archbishop Philip Wilson has urged people to give generously. In

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Among many churches hit by Saturday's Victorian fires, the Catholic churches at Kinglake and Marysville were destroyed. Melbourne Archdiocese Vicar-General Les Tomlinson said there would be no services at Marysville any time soon. "There's

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Traditional Catholics accept that the Pope cannot err on the few occasions when the head of the Catholic Church makes consciously infallible statements on matters pertaining to faith and morals. But on those matters which pertain to governance, the Vatican

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A Nun's Life is the personal blog of Sr Julie Vieira from the servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary congregation based in the United States. Her mission is to change the face of nun imagery on the web and she is keen to portray religious sisters in

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Nearly halfway through the Year of St Paul, it is worthwhile reflecting on the relationship between Paul's missionary spirit and what goes to the heart of a priestly vocation. Pope Benedict refers to Paul as the world's greatest missionary; the missionary

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Relations between Christians, Jews and Muslims are among the most divisive, challenging and important issues in the world today. Despite their often violent differences, each share a common heritage as the Children of Abraham and the worship of one God.

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Speaking on the floor of the Senate, Itay's Health Minister has announced that long term coma patient Eluana Englaro is dead only four days after doctors began a "gradual" reduction in her food and water intake. The announcement was made as

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Meeting with Jewish leaders yesterday, Pope Benedict re-affirmed the Catholic Church is "profoundly and irrevocably committed to reject all anti-Semitism." Associated Press reports the Vatican scheduled the pope's audience with about 60

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Twenty-one Burmese students from the Thai-Burma border refugee camps are following a liberal studies diploma program organised by the Australian Catholic University in the mountain areas of northern Thailand. A bamboo hut in the mountains of Thailand

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Pope Benedict has sent condolences to all the victims and families of all those affected by the Victorian bushfires that claimed over 200 lives and released the energy equivalent of 500 Hiroshima nuclear bombs. In a message to Australian Governor

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The Vatican says that an upcoming conference on evolution to mark the 150th anniversary of Charles Darwin's The Origin of Species will also include discussion on the theory of intelligent design as a cultural phenomenon. However, the conference will

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In recent months dioceses around the world have been offering Catholics a spiritual benefit that fell out of favour decades ago - the indulgence, a sort of amnesty from punishment in the afterlife - and reminding them of the Church's clout in mitigating the

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In the end, faith is not simply the good, secure feeling that God exists. Faith is a commitment to a way of living beyond good and secure feelings. To have faith means to sometimes live our lives independent of whatever feelings may come. Ultimately faith

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Archbishop Denis Hart will offer Mass for those who have lost their lives in the Victorian bushfires and the spiritual support of those who have suffered through the fires at St Patrick's Cathedral, Melbourne this Thursday February 12. Mass will

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The Queensland Catholic Education Commission is a body established by the Bishops of Queensland which has statewide responsibility in respect of Catholic schools which are administered by five diocesan education authorities and a number of religious

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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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