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This Friday night, the Sisters of St Joseph will open their Hawthorn East administration centre for a public community forum to discuss the "Abbot government’s illegal and racist plans to ‘resettle’ refugees on Nauru in Cambodia."
This website wants to celebrate giving. On Tuesday, December 2, 2014, charities, families, businesses, community centres, and students around the world will come together for one common purpose: to celebrate generosity and to give.
Catholic Religious Australia has unveiled a logo to celebrate the Year of Consecrated Life, which begins on November 29, the first weekend of Advent.
China has proposed to the Vatican a joint system of appointing bishops in a move that raises hopes of a breakthrough in relations, reports The Catholic Herald.
St Joseph's Church in Orange in NSW celebrated its 150th anniversary at the weekend, reports The Western Advocate.
This two-part special documents a year behind the scenes in Ireland's only women's Cistercian monastery.
The Pope is expected to take Europe to task over racial and religious intolerance in his address tomorrow to the European Parliament, reports AAP/SBS.
Almost a year after the Vatican announced plans for a new Papal commission to lead the charge for reform on the Church’s child sexual abuse scandals, the chief of staff for the group says it’s now hitting its stride, reports Crux.
Currently, this website of the Diocese of Wollongong is advertising its Daily Advent and Christmas Reflections, written by members of the Diocese. This informative website contains a number of links on practical and
American actor Bill Murray, who was raised Catholic, has spoken of his admiration for Pope John XXIII and offered views on the recent canonisations, in an interview promoting his latest film, reports The Guardian.
Thousands of Catholics arrived in Yangon on Friday for the start of a three-day celebration of the 500th anniversary of the arrival of Catholicism in Myanmar, reports Ucanews.
Francis's extraordinary popularity beyond the borders of the Church is in contrast to the view of him in the Vatican, where there is considerable grumbling. The old guard has lost control, writes Austen Ivereigh.
Australian Catholic Bishops have called on the community to focus on the message of Jesus Christ and his relationship with women, ahead of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women on Tuesday.
Dozens of nurses at Perth's Swan District Hospital are angry they were not offered jobs or face reduced hours when Midland public hospital, to be operated by St John of God Health Care, opens next year, reports The West Australian.
The Pope has urged countries around the world to do more to help those suffering from hunger and malnutrition. "Perhaps we have paid too little heed to those who are hungry," he told an international conference on nutrition, reports The Catholic Herald.
As President of the bishops’ conference of Nigeria, Archbishop Ignatius Kaigama has made inter-faith outreach a priority in an attempt to restore peace to his country, and is not afraid to speak out and ruffle feathers, The Catholic Herald reports.
Being radical doesn’t have to be connected with violence. It can be very positive, writes Good Samaritan Sister Clare Condon in The Good Oil.