This is the website of the Sisters of St Joseph of Cluny in the region of Australia and Papua New Guinea. The Sisters believe in the dignity of the poorest and work to promote freedom from oppression.
Expanded airstrikes on IS positions in Syria serve as little more than a recruiting tool for the extremist group and place more innocent people in danger, the leadership of Pax Christi International said, reports the Catholic News Service.
A Catholic missionary died in hospital from the Ebola virus in Spain yesterday, four days after being flown back from Sierra Leone, officials said, reports AFP on Yahoo7.
Photos, news clippings and Project Compassion boxes from long-forgotten fundraising campaigns on display in Brisbane have told the story of Caritas Australia’s 50 years supporting vulnerable communities, reports The Catholic Leader.
After a Vatican investigation, Pope Francis has removed a Paraguayan bishop from his post as head of the Diocese of Ciudad del Este because of "serious pastoral reasons," reports the Catholic News Service.
I hope we may learn to see the amazing potential of people who come by boat to our country, says Mercy Sister, Elizabeth Young, in The Good Oil.
Italy’s bishops are furious about controversial artistic depictions of the popular Barbie and Ken dolls as the Virgin Mary and a crucified Jesus Christ and other saints, reports the Religion News Service.
Ruby Hamad’s passionate protest that Muslims should not constantly be called to account for the vicious behaviour of IS, and the responses to her article, reminded me of the attitudes taken to Catholics in an earlier generation, writes Andrew Hamilton SJ.
This is an American drama film that was nominated for the Palme d'Or at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival, and has been the recipient of awards at other International Film Festivals for Best Actress, and Best Director.
Cardinal Vincent Nichols of Westminster has said that changing the Church’s stance on Holy Communion for the divorced and remarried would require a “radical rethink,” reports The Catholic Herald.
Yarra Theological Union is a Catholic centre for theological education and ministerial formation. Catholic in tradition and ecumenical in spirit, it seeks to be a key resource for the churches’ mission in Australia and neighbouring countries.
A Catholic bishop says a US parish is evenly divided over a new priest's decision to deny a gay couple Communion unless they divorce and publicly affirm that a marriage is between a man and woman, reports AP in The Huffington Post.
The Vatican Secretary of State has told the United Nations that a sense of "shared responsibility to protect our planet and the human family" must influence how nations react to the reality of climate change, reports the Catholic News Service.
In 2006 my wife and I were dining in Cracow with Polish friends when an agitated journalist called to ask what I thought of “Zees crazee speech of zee pope about zee Muslims.” He was referring to Benedict XVI’s Regensburg Lecture, writes George Weigel.
Crusading British MP Tom Watson explains why he’s reading Pope Francis, believes in God and longs for a new, kinder form of politics, reports The Catholic Herald.
Pope Francis has appointed a new Archbishop of Chicago, one of the most important sees in the US Church. Archbishop-designate Blase Cupich, 65, formerly the Bishop of Spokane, Washington, will be installed on November 18, reports The Tablet.
Officials of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith met with representatives of the Society of St Pius X on Tuesday for two hours at the Vatican to discuss matters of Church teaching, reports the Catholic News Agency.
Christian and Muslim leaders have called for restraint and common sense in the face of escalated terrorism fears within Australia, reports the ABC.