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A detail of the Eucharist from the St John’s Bible (UND)

A volume of the first illuminated Bible commissioned by a Benedictine Abbey since the invention of the printing press more than 500 years ago is on display at Notre Dame University’s Fremantle Campus.

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The Leadership for Mission participants (OPW)

Thirteen young women from across Australia gathered in Sydney last week as part of the inaugural intake for an inspiring new education and formation program called Leadership for Mission. Source: OPW.

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Archbishop Philip Wilson (The Southern Cross)

Adelaide Archbishop Philip Wilson’s lawyers are seeking to call evidence from two people to prove he had a tendency to report allegations of child sexual abuse to the authorities. Source: Newcastle Herald.

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Bishop Antoine-Charbel Tarabay ordains Fr Danny Nouh (Patrick J Lee)

Fr Danny Nouh—the first married man ordained for the Maronite Church in Australia—says his ordination last month was “surreal” and brought many people back to the Church. Source: The Catholic Weekly.

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Greek Orthodox Christians at Our Lady of Victories, Glenelg (Facebook/Glenelg Parish)

More than 1300 Greek Orthodox parishioners participated in a unique Easter celebration at a Catholic church in Adelaide after fire destroyed their church at Glenelg North last week. Source: The Southern Cross.

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A screenshot from the latest prayer intention video (The Pope Video)screenshot

In his April prayer video, Pope Francis requests prayers for those who have a big responsibility when it comes to economic affairs, that they will always value what is good for the human person over profit. Source: CNA.

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Charities protested changes at a Senate Courtyard last month (Twitter/350Australia)

Members of federal parliament’s joint standing committee on electoral matters will meet this morning to discuss a deal on controversial changes that have charities and not-for-profit groups concerned. Source: The Guardian.

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Participants in the Rome summit on Saturday (Crux/John Allen)

Some of the most ardent opponents to Pope Francis’s controversial 2016 document on the family, Amoris Laetitia, held a summit in Rome on Saturday. Source: Crux.

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Pope Francis with the Divine Mercy image yesterday (CNA/Daniel Ibanez)

Feeling ashamed of one’s sins does not mean wallowing in guilt, rather it is the gateway all men and women can use to experience firsthand God’s tender mercy and forgiveness, Pope Francis said yesterday. Source: CNS.

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Smoke rises after an airstrike in Douma, Syria, on Saturday (Twitter/Syria Direct via Douma City)

Pope Francis yesterday condemned the use of chemical weapons after a deadly attack on Saturday killed dozens of innocent men, women and children in Syria. Source: The Tablet.

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Msgr Carlo Capella (CNS)

The Vatican has arrested a monsignor who worked as a diplomat at its embassy in Washington and is suspected of possessing child sexual abuse material. Source: The Age.

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Annette and Deacon Tony Hoban (Parramatta Diocese)

Regular sacramental life began at Australia’s newest Catholic faith community yesterday, when Parramatta Bishop Vincent Long OFM Conv. celebrated the inaugural Mass at St Luke’s, Marsden Park. Source: Catholic Outlook.

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Ian Bailey (-ABC News/Rhiannon Shine)

If it wasn’t for a chance encounter with a homeless healthcare service in Hobart, Ian Bailey might be dead. Source: ABC News.

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Sam Walker (Hobart Archdiocese)

Tasmanian Catholic school student Sam Walker will tonight become the youngest male athlete to represent Australia at a Commonwealth Games. Source: Hobart Archdiocese.

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Mark and Tink Boyd (The Catholic Leader)

A Queensland couple with seven children will lead the official Australian pilgrimage to the ninth World Meeting of Families conference in Dublin in August. Source: The Catholic Leader.

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Fine scheme was a key recommendation of a report into indigenous incarceration (Twitter)

A “life-changing” NSW scheme that allows people to pay off fines by engaging in training courses, health treatment or community work should be rolled out nationally, say legal aid commissions. Source: The Australian.

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Children have recorded stories about their violent fathers (Bigstock)

Children of violent fathers want their dads to understand the significant impact that the brutality has had on their lives, according to a new study. Source: The Catholic Leader.

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Mass on Demand

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From Parish of Our Lady of The Way, North Sydney & Lavender Bay. The first Mass of the day on YouTube

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Live streamed from Our Lady of the Rosary Cathedral, Waitara

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All your daily readings, reflections and prayers can be found here... 

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