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Members of Perth's Holy Spirit of Freedom community can be found on Saturday nights gathering at a Wesley Church, handing out cups of coffee, soup and snacks to people sleeping rough, reports The Record.
CathNews will not publish on Monday, March 13, due to the Labour Day public holiday in Victoria.
Unlike previous popes, Francis is in no rush to visit his homeland, according to Religion News Service.
The newest member of St Francis Monastery in Cochabamba, Bolivia, is furry and has four legs, reports Catholic News Agency.
A pro-life commercial broadcast in Western Australia last year has been censured by the regulator for concealing its political nature, reports The Australian.
Pope Francis says the issue of ordaining some married men as priests needs to be considered, reports National Catholic Register.
Pope Francis will celebrate his fourth anniversary of his pontificate on Monday. The National Catholic Reporter takes a look at his "very long game" in shifting Church culture.
Thousands of lawyers, paralegals and interpreters across Australia are volunteering to help asylum-seekers meet new demands in applying for protection, The Guardian reports.
At St Ambrose’s Church in Brunswick on Saturday, worshippers were treated to Mass in the Roman Rite celebrated entirely in Arabic, reports Melbourne Catholic.
The Philippine House of Representatives has overwhelmingly voted in favour of reinstating capital punishment for serious drug offences, reports the Catholic Herald.
If you feel you have had a pretty weak start to Lent, and are wondering what to do, don’t despair. It’s not too late to begin, or begin again, according to the Catholic Weekly.
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall will soon meet Pope Francis, Clarence House has confirmed, according to The Tablet.
Watching young African girls fight gender inequality to become strong career women in one of the world’s poorest countries has shown a former athlete the power of the feminine genius, The Catholic Leader reports.
With people fleeing humanitarian crises around the world, US bishops and aid groups say President Donald Trump’s new executive order halting refugee admissions is wrong, reports Catholic News Agency.
Youth leaders will fly to Rome next month to help plan two major events for young people, reports the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference's Media Blog.
The Catholic Church has warned that British pharmacists could be forced to dispense lethal drugs under plans to prohibit conscientious objection on religious grounds, reports Catholic News Service.
A year after an Indian Salesian priest was abducted by suspected Islamic militants in Yemen, Catholics in his home state of Kerala are losing hope, ucanews.com reports.
St Francis High School in Mountain View, California, celebrated after an early $15,000 investment in the popular messaging app Snapchat left the school holding shares worth tens of millions of dollars, the Mountain View Voice reports.