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Church officials forced to remove a cross by a group of protesters this week in Malaysia should return the Christian symbol back to its original place, State authorities said, reports Ucanews.
A senior Sister has apologised to victims of sexual abuse at St Joseph's Orphanage at Neerkol during her testimony yesterday at the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse hearing, reports the ABC.
The Lasallian Foundation supports education and related programs for the empowerment of children, youth and their communities in the Asia-Pacific.
Italian military police are investigating the murder of a 60-year-old priest and theologian, who taught at two pontifical universities in Rome, reports the Catholic News Service in The Catholic Herald.
The Jesuit Refugee Service Australia has expressed its deep concern about the recent interception and return of 46 Vietnamese asylum-seekers who had been found in waters north of Australia.
The personal secretary of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI believes reform of the Vatican bureaucracy, which has become a key theme of Pope Francis’ papacy, is not necessary, reports The Tablet.
The Vatican has confirmed that Pope Francis will visit Cuba in September before his trip to the United States, reports the Catholic News Service.
Why do more than a million Australians use the drug ice? And why does Australia have one of the highest rates of drug abuse in the world, asks Good Samaritan Sr Clare Condon SGS in The Good Oil.
Former Archbishop of Brisbane James Duhig had a vision for a cathedral which would have been the single biggest cathedral to be attempted in any part of the world for 300 years. All that remains of his grand plan is a name place.
This is a holiday film which will entertain young audiences and keep their parents interested and amused, even though the story is very slight.
Renowned voiceover artist Robyn Moore will deliver an address to delegates at the Australian Catholic Communications Congress on May 5 in Sydney.
More than 170 priests from more than 30 countries travelled to Rome last week to be trained in exorcism. Interest in the course has been boosted by a Hollywood-driven culture of trivialising evil , reports Crux.
Malaysia's government is facing calls to take action against Muslim protesters who pressured a church to remove its cross, the latest example of rising Islamic intolerance in the multi-faith country, reports AFP/Yahoo7.
The Vatican has announced the resignation of US Bishop Robert Finn, the first bishop convicted of mishandling an abusive priest, reports NCR Online.
“The goal of Catholic schools is to educate the whole child to the highest standards possible – academically, socially, spiritually and pastorally. No school should be reduced to the test scores of its students," says the National Catholic Education Commission.
Rather than revising our surrogacy laws to facilitate arrangements which sever the bond between mother and child, we need to consider whether it really is possible to enact laws which are fair to everyone, writes Bernadette Tobin.
The head of the order of nuns that ran the Neerkol orphanage in Rockampton has told an inquiry that sex abuse claims should not have been aired in parliament, reports The Sydney Morning Herald.
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