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Catholic Earthcare was established by the ACBC to help promote understanding among people that Creation is sacred and endangered, and must be protected and sustained for present and future generations.
Those who dismiss Pope Francis' concerns about unfettered capitalism on the grounds that being from Argentina makes him naive need to brush up on their history, writes Kate Gordon in Milliennial Journal.
The Catholic Education Office in Sydney has called for a 'balanced debate' as teachers at Catholic schools across the Macarthur region in the south-west of Sydney vote to stop work next week, reports The Camden-Narellan Advertiser.
St Brigid's Church and Hall in South West Victoria were built in 1914 by Irish settlers whose Catholic faith was the foundation of their community life. When the Church put it up for sale, a battle ensued.
While an interim High Court injunction last night temporarily prevented the return of 153 asylum seekers to Sri Lankan authorities, the Jesuit Refugee Service has expressed deep concern over revised asylum protocols.
Two nuns are among five Assyrians believed to have been kidnapped while visiting a girls' orphanage in northern Iraq in an area now controlled by the Islamic State, The Tablet reports.
An experience at a hospital has made me realise just how extraordinary the Society of St Vincent de Paul really is, writes Damian Thompson in The Catholic Herald.
The goal of Bible Society Australia is the same one that Bible Societies around the world have been pursuing for some 200 years: to translate, publish, distribute and engage people with the Bible.
Penn and Teller are best known as genius magicians, stage performers at the very height of their craft. In this compelling documentary, they investigate one inventor's quest to discover the painting techniques of the Old Dutch Master Vermeer.
In apparent defiance of Pope Francis, a church procession detoured from its route through a southern Italian town to honour a convicted mobster under house arrest, Associated Press reports.
In an address to priests in Sydney, the CEO of the Truth Justice and Healing Council, Francis Sullivan, has called for 'surgery on Church culture.'
Indonesia is at an historic crossroads at its presidential elections tomorrow; the right result could strengthen the country's young democracy, marking its full maturity, reports Vatican Insider.
Yesterday, Pope Francis met with victims of clerical sexual abuse. He asked for forgiveness and told them that bishops who fail to protect children from abuse 'will be held accountable,' The Catholic Herald reports.
If you were a fan of the Four Seasons (above), and tapped along to Jersey Boys, the stage show based on their story, then this latest film from the veteran, Academy Award-winning director Clint Eastwood is a 'must-see.'
'Led by the Creator Spirit, we are a community of memory and Hope, committed to Truth and Reconciliation,' say the publishers of this website.
Sr Madonna Buder, dubbed the Iron Nun, is the oldest woman ever to win a triathlon; now she has been inducted into the US Triathletes Hall of Fame, the Huffington Post reports.
The Vatican has declined a Royal Commission request to hand over documents about child sexual abuse committed by Catholic priests in Australia, reports AM's Lindy Kerin.
American Catholic writer and blogger Eve Tushnet, who describes herself as 'openly lesbian and celibate,' talks to Sean Salai SJ of America magazine in this interview.
A 'Papal assistant' has been appointed to assist the Legion of Christ as the congregation continues its renewal process following the disgrace of its founder, Fr Marcial Maciel, Vatican Insider reports.