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Benedict at Auschwitz

Priests and parishes in Poland have been urged to do more to maintain their country’s Jewish heritage as Poland has begun to acknowledge its own anti-Semitic past and Jewish question, reports The Tablet.

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Joyous celebration

Twenty-nine Sisters of St Joseph stayed at Mary MacKillop Place in North Sydney earlier this month to celebrate their Golden Jubilee. 

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Surprisingly well made

The Interview is a curious film. The plot concerns an attempt to assassinate North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un, and was cited as the cause of the recent North Korean hacks of the film’s distributor Sony.

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Notre Dame University

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The website

Good Shepherd Australia New Zealand was established by the Sisters of the Good Shepherd to work to reduce economic inequality, promote social justice and increase commitment to marginalised people.

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Some Catholics excluded

As the quest for a jury in the Boston Marathon bombing trial approaches its fourth week, some of the area’s Catholics are growing frustrated with criteria that disqualify followers of Church teachings, reports the Religion News Service.

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Benedict and Ganswein

A close aide to the Pope Emeritus has denied the former Pontiff is a sort of “anti-pope” for conservatives upset with Francis, calling such rumours “stupid and irresponsible,” and a form of “theological arson,” reports Crux.

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Vatican goes forensic

The Vatican Museums are employing state-of-the-art laboratory tools and tests to find out more about the ancient mummies in its collections, reports the Catholic News Service.

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Bishop Wright

The Bishop of Maitland-Newcastle Bill Wright has expressed sadness in relation to sex abuse committed by a former priest, reports the ABC.

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Niger church remnants

The bishops of Niger have cancelled Masses and shut Catholic schools, healthcare facilities and charity outreaches after Muslim protesters torched more than 40 churches across the country, reports The Tablet.

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Bradley Cooper dilemma

Harrowing and intense, American Sniper is a return to form for director Clint Eastwood, dominated by an immersive performance from star and producer, Bradley Cooper, as America’s most deadly sniper in military history.

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Catholic Health Australia

This is the website for Catholic Health Australia, the largest non-government provider grouping of health, community and aged care services in Australia.

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Therese Temby

Former National Catholic Education Commission chair Therese Temby has been recognised for her contribution to education over several decades by being named an Officer in the General Division of the Order of Australia (AO).

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The Hitchens Brothers

The proselytising atheist Christopher Hitchens was never able to persuade his brother, Peter, of the virtue of his campaign against belief. Here, author Peter Hitchens makes the case for God as the essential foundation of morality.

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Manus Island camp

The Australian Catholic Migrant and Refugee Office says it is deeply disturbed at the unfolding events on Manus Island.

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Notre Dame University

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Revelations in midair

There are corrupt people and institutions within the Church, Pope Francis has acknowledged, citing a 1994 experience when he was auxiliary bishop of Buenos Aires, reports Ucanews.

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Francis with Archbishop Ganswein

Archbishop George Gänswein, the prefect of the Papal household and personal secretary to the Pope Emeritus, has said there is no disagreement between Benedict and Francis over Communion for the divorced and remarried, reports The Catholic Herald.

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Pallium in June

The Archbishop of Sydney Anthony Fisher OP will be presented with the pallium, a symbol of office for new metropolitan archbishops, by Pope Francis in Rome, on June 29, reports Catholic Communications.

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Deacon Ralph Madigan

Aboriginal Deacon Ralph Madigan tells of how his traditional culture and Catholic faith have guided him on his spiritual journey, reports The Catholic Leader.

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Mass on Demand

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From St Mary’s, North Sydney. The first Mass of the day on YouTube

Mass Online

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Live streamed from Our Lady of the Rosary Cathedral, Waitara

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Daily Prayer

Daily Prayer

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

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