Radio - Every Day

15-Jun-2010

Oliver Collins sings in his school chapel choir, and he serves breakfast to homeless people as part of his school's outreach to Brisbane's poor. Oliver also suffers from an extremely rare disease of the connective tissue - Fibrodysplasia Ossificans

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Our colleagues at ucanews.com have recently launched a weekly video news magazine focusing on news of interest to Catholics and the Church in Asia.  - ucanews.com Magazine  

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As Catholics, we are still figuring out exactly how to live out our faith online. It's a new frontier. How do we engage the culture? What is appropriate to say here and there and how? How do we open people's minds to the intelligibility of the faith? How do

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Pictured (l-r) North Melbourne Football Club's CEO, Eugene Arocca, Maddocks CEO, David Rennick and Peregrine Adventures CEO, Glenyce Johnson, in Melbourne's sleepout. --- More than 680 CEOs across the country slept out in the cold last night for

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Brisbane Archdiocese's Pray 2010 is creating substantial interest in the final weeks before its July 7 kickoff, with more than 2100 registered for the event from July 7-10, including many from beyond Queensland. Faith and Life Vicariate executive

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Dr Brigid McKenna of the Sydney Archdiocesan Life, Marriage and Family Centre has responded to the rise in venereal disease among young Australians by stressing that the "safest sex" occurs within faithful, lasting relationships. She told

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Caritas is at the forefront of contemporary events and issues - it is hosting a football Peace Cup for homeless communities in South Africa, has a response to Israel's flotilla attack, and news about climate justice in Ethiopia and Cambodia.

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Image of a crowd --- Nearly five million people marched through Sao Paulo in a traditional "March for Jesus" yesterday, marking the feast of Corpus Christi. It was touted as the biggest Catholic demonstration in the world. The massive

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The funeral service at St Brendan's Catholic Church in Central Victoria for an abandoned baby began with the song Twinkle Twinkle Little Star and ended with Somewhere Over the Rainbow. The body of the newborn baby was discovered wrapped in a blanket

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Bishop Luigi Padovese --- The president of the Turkish bishops' conference, Bishop Luigi Padovese, was stabbed to death yesterday at his home in Iskenderun, said the Vatican nuncio in Turkey. Murat Altun, his driver and aide, was arrested

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On the outer wall of Fr Reginald Jean-Mary’s church, Notre Dame d’Haiti, on Miami’s shady 62nd Street, a bright pie chart displays the many efforts by Miami Diocese to help the Haitian community back home: donations to Haitian dioceses, construction of

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This film is like eating a couple of large slices of sponge cake, over-filled with cream and laden with lots of icing – maybe a treat at the start but, full of sugar, and ultimately not healthy for you. The moral unhealthiness for many could be gross envy

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When I went to primary school in the early 80s, my friends included a Vietnamese Catholic, a Pakistani Muslim, a Greek Orthodox and an Anglo-Australian whose parents were not religious at all, writes Michael Jensen. Though for half an hour a week we

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The Pope will be visiting Britain in September ahead of the beatification of Cardinal Newman in Coventry.Biographer John Cornwell and Jack Valero, of the conservative group Opus Dei, debate whether conservative Catholics are trying to "tidy up" the

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An image of the orphanage at Neerkol --- A Federal MP is campaigning for an inquiry into a claim that children at an orphanage run by the Sisters of Mercy near Rockhampton in Queensland were used as guniea pigs for unproven vaccines for

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Image from the Sevenhill Cellars website---The Jesuit order's Sevenhill Cellars' approach of selling wine directly to Church-goers is a novel approach in the wine industry, reports ABC.Back in the 19th century, priests who arrived in Australia began the

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Former Australian Catholic University student Kathleen Worrall has been sentenced to a maximum jail term of six years for manslaughter, after pleading guilty to the stabbing of her younger sister in 2008. In sentencing the 22-year-old in the NSW

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Pope Benedict XVI has ended a visit to Cyprus with a call to end to bloodshed in the Middle East, and highlighting the plight of the region's Christians. At a mass in a sports arena near the Cypriot capital, he prayed for the success of a synod of

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It might seem like an example of reverse mission: young African men leaving their homeland to pursue ordination as Catholic priests in a religious order that has no missionary presence in Africa, but a long-standing ministry to African-Americans.For six

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An image from the Armenian Bible --- The US Armenian church has sued the J. Paul Getty Museum to demand the return of seven pages allegedly stolen from an Armenian Bible dating back to 1256. The Western Prelacy of the Armenian Apostolic

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Mass on Demand

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From St Mary’s, North Sydney. The first Mass of the day on YouTube

Mass Online

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Live streamed from Our Lady of the Rosary Cathedral, Waitara

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Daily Prayer

Daily Prayer

All your daily readings, reflections and prayers can be found here... 

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