Bleary-eyed MPs have debated voluntary euthanasia laws throughout the night during a marathon session of the Victorian Parliament, the Herald Sun reports.
A new biography of Leonardo da Vinci has raised “a puzzling anomaly” in a rediscovered painting of Christ that is estimated to fetch $125m (£75m) at auction next month, The Guardian reports.
Do not fall for the allure of money, which can enslave and alienate like a cult, Pope Francis told business school students, CNS reports.
The phrase “man’s inhumanity to man” is very much the theme of The Belko Experiment.
In a stinging attack on “modern elites”, former High Court judge Dyson Heydon has condemned attempts to exclude religion from public debate, The Southern Cross reports.
More than 40 per cent of all Victorian prisoners who have completed their sentence will return to jail within two years, according to new data from the state's Justice Department, ABC News reports.
World renowned apologist Trent Horn specialises in teaching Catholics to defend the faith in a gracious and persuasive manner, The eRecord reports.
Parishes in Toowoomba and Brisbane are combining with the St Vincent de Paul Society to raise money for a car that would make the world of difference to a 12-year-old girl with special needs, The Catholic Leader reports.
Sisters of Charity Outreach, a Sydney-based community service organisation, has set its aims on reducing domestic violence, improving access to health services and reducing social isolation for those in need.
A last-ditch bid to derail a vote on voluntary euthanasia in the Victorian Parliament has failed, The Age reports.
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) will be rolled out late, and migrants might be needed to plug workforce gaps, predicts the biggest ever review of the scheme, ABC News reports.
Pope Francis prayed for the victims of a terrorist attack in Mogadishu, Somalia, that left hundreds dead and countless wounded in one of the deadliest attacks in the country’s history, CNS reports.
Religious believers are an essential part of public debate and Australian society but freedom to live in accordance with belief is threatened by a "new sectarianism", according to a new book, writes Jordan Grantham in Catholic Outlook.
Changes to citizenship laws which would have introduced a tougher English language test have been struck off the Senate notice paper, News.com.au reports.
Vatican officials have asked Indonesian Bishop Hubertus Leteng, who recently resigned over allegations of theft and having an affair, to return the Church funds he is accused of stealing, Crux reports.
A new paper released by the Australian Catholic Social Justice Council examines Australia's economic policies and their effect on the most vulnerable, the council reports.
“I have come that they may have life and have it to the full” (Jn 10:10) are the words guiding the theme of World Mission Month 2017, celebrated each October in churches around the world, Catholic Mission reports.
Disturbed by the current “escalation of tensions and threats” between the US and North Korea, the Sisters of the Good Samaritan have released a public statement of solidarity with Japan and the Asia-Pacific, The Good Oil reports.