Terra Sancta College in Sydney's west will be renamed St John Paul II Catholic College despite opposition from some former students, The Daily Telegraph reports.
Christians are not made in a laboratory, but in a community called the Church, Pope Francis said at his Wednesday General Audience, Catholic News Service reports.
A decision by the then-Bishop of Wollongong, Philip Wilson, to stand a NSW priest aside led to division between Vatican congregations, Yahoo 7 News reports.
Chaplains will continue to work in NSW public schools for at least six months without the regulation or oversight of the Federal Government, The Sydney Morning Herald reports.
First, Rush Limbaugh and Glenn Beck labeled Pope Francis a Marxist. Now, The Economist is accusing him of following Vladimir Lenin, writes Josephine McKenna.
This retreat is an opportunity for those who are always 'giving,' to get away, unwind and relax amidst the beautiful surrounds of St Clement's Monastery, Galong on 29-31 August.
True love never runs smoothly - and especially not when you mix in youth, guns, adolescent machismo, and a background of Israeli-Palestinian tensions. Will it end, inevitably, in tears?
Could Pope Francis visit China en route to South Korea in August, asks Francis X. Rocca at National Catholic Reporter.
David Michod won both acclaim and a raft of prizes for his urban underworld feature, Animal Kingdom. He's back, and this time he's gone bush, writes Callum Ryan.
The Boston Globe's John L. Allen proposes a radically counterintuitive solution to the problem Pope Pius XII poses to Vatican-Jewish relations.
Sexual violence in warfare is a 'deep wound on the body of humanity', Cardinal Vincent Nichols has said, The Catholic Herald reports.
Former Canberra Marist College headmaster Brother Terence Heinrich has denied he was involved in covering up abuse allegations during the 1980s, the ABC reports.
Cardinal George Pell is now at the Vatican as Prefect of the Secretariat for the Economy, but who will be his successor as Archbishop of Sydney is increasingly a topic of discussion, The Sunday Telegraph reports.
Pope Francis has slammed Europe's youth unemployment rate as economic 'madness' in an interview with a Spanish newspaper, writes the ABC.
Western Australia's Catholic Education Office will provide education for child detainees at Christmas Island, Perth Now reports.
The Australian Province of the Society of Mary is proudly a member of MAP (Marist Asia-Pacific) and its missionary presence in the Asia-Pacific region.
Cardinal George Pell has appointed Danny Casey, business manager of the Sydney archdiocese finances, to the Vatican Secretariat for the Economy, The Catholic Weekly reports.
Not everyone who went ashore on D-Day seven decades ago was armed, writes Yasmine Hafiz at The Huffington Post.
Pope Francis has appointed three new members of the Congregation for Clergy from Lithuania, Italy and Germany, NCR Online reports.
The Danish parliament has legislated to allow homosexual couples to get married in any church they choose belonging to the state Lutheran Church, The Telegraph reports.