The Catholic Women’s League of Australia (CWLA) has launched a new dynamic website to help bring the light of the Gospel to a wider audience. The new website highlights the significant work being done by League members locally, nationally and

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Ryan Bomberger knows only a little about his natural mother: “I know that, tragically, she was raped,” he says, “and that even though she had access to abortion because of that she chose life,” reports the Catholic Herald. “The

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I've said this so often I probably ought to have it printed on T-shirts: The most important Catholic story of our time is the demographic shift from the global north to the south, with two-thirds of the Catholics in the world today living in the southern

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Bishop Kevin Manning --- A homosexual couple whose daughter was originally rejected by a school in far northwestern NSW has turned down an offer of enrolment, after the acting head of the Wilcannia-Forbes diocese, Bishop Kevin Manning (pic), instructed

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The stellar performance of students at NSW selective high schools continues apace with only one private school, Moriah College, making the top 10 of the Sydney Morning Herald's annual list of top-performing schools as judged by HSC results, the newspaper

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Image from the Catholic Weekly --- St Mary's Cathedral will be illuminated against Sydney's night sky until December 24 as part of the second annual Lights of Christmas display, reports the Catholic Weekly. Cardinal George Pell launched the display on

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The Federal Government must act now to avoid the most recent funding shortfall in aged care becoming an ongoing problem, according to Catholic Health Australia, reports the Catholic Weekly. In this month's Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook the Government

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Catholic medical professionals have questioned the reliability of a British review concluding that women who have abortions have no increased risk of developing mental health problems, said a Catholic News Service Report on NCR. The British government-funded

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Screenshot from the Vatican Insider --- Hermenegild Makoro, a sister of the Precious Blood, was appointed the new number two of the South African Catholic Bishops' Conference, reports the Vatican Insider from the agencies MissiOnLine and CISA. The

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This Christmas will have new meaning for Farhad’s young refugee family from Iran. Pregnant with their second child, Farhad, Parisa and their seven-year-old son Iliya will celebrate Christmas on the Australian mainland for the first time on December

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A group of archaologists from Hong Kong and Turkey claim to have found the wooden remains of Noah's Ark, embedded in deep glacial ice near the top of Mt Ararat in Turkey - the location they say, that is described in both the Bible and the Koran as the place

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Catholics affirm their belief in Christ’s Second Coming each time they attend Mass or whenever they recite the Creed. The belief that this present world will come to an end and that Christ will come again in glory to judge the living and the dead is an

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Joseph Chinnici (pictured) is a Franciscan priest, historian, teacher, author-editor and administrator (governing board of the St Barbara Province of Franciscans; ten years as minister provincial). It was in this last capacity that he had to respond to

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Screenshot from the Vatican Radio report --- Pope Benedict has welcomed 12 new ambassadors to the Holy See, urging them to see that humanity's growing interdependence in the era of globalisation means "we are all responsible for everything", reports

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Bishop Peter Ingham --- Bishop Peter Ingham will ordain the first priests in five years in the Diocese of Wollongong tomorrow - retired police officer Geoffrey Allen and psychology graduate Duane Fernandez, the diocese said in a statement. "I feel

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Screenshot from the report on Vatican Insider, Sri Lanka: Nun accused of selling children is cleared --- A Sri Lankan court has freed a Missionaries of Charity religious sister who was arrested on the allegation of child trafficking, after the attorney

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A lesbian couple's experiences with a Catholic school in western NSW have sparked a call to amend anti-discrimination laws, reports the ABC. A senior law lecturer at the Australian National University, Wayne Morgan, says religious exemptions mean that the

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 Water Minister Tony Burke has copped criticism from thousands of protesters, including Catholic priest Father Andrew Grace, over the Murray-Darling basin rescue plan, reports the Age. ''I'm sorry to get personal, but we are desperate,'' said the priest

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A record low of barely half of Americans are currently married, according to a Pew Research Centre analysis of Census data, reports the BBC. Just 51% of adult Americans are married, compared with 72% in 1960. The median age of first marriage has also hit a

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As the Vatican's top culture man, Cardinal Gianfranco Ravasi breaks off from his rounds at least once a day to shoot off a tweet to his followers, either snappy quotes from the Bible, famous philosophers and dons, or details about art festivals, all designed

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From Parish of Our Lady of The Way, North Sydney & Lavender Bay. 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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All your daily readings, reflections and prayers can be found here... 

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