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The Society of the Sacred Heart Australia New Zealand Province is part of an international congregation of Catholic religious women, known as the Religious of the Sacred Heart or RSCJ.
This is a Canadian-Indian film about a father who goes in search of his lost son. It bears some similarity to elements of the 1922 novel, Siddhartha by the German-born Swiss poet, Hermann Hesse.
The Rev. John Sanderson , who has over ten years' experience as a military chaplain, will give a public lecture on Pastoral Ministry in a Military Context tomorrow night.
The handling of abuse allegations by NSW Police and the Church is set to be probed at a police corruption watchdog hearing starting today, reports AAP on Yahoo7.
The recommendations of the Abbott government's review of the national curriculum have received widespread support, reportsThe Sydney Morning Herald.
Pope Francis has been pipped to the Nobel Peace Prize by Malala Yousafzay and the Indian human rights activist Kailash Satyarthi, reports The Catholic Herald.
Pax Christi, which is celebrating its 70th birthday, aims to be a force for peace within the churches and the community by making available an ongoing analysis of the factors that make or do not make for peace.
The biggest challenge to the family today is that people have forgotten how to love - the cross-shaped Easter sort of loving rather than the heart-shaped Valentine variety, says Anthony Fisher, the Archbishop-Designate of Sydney.
Neilson Carlin is pretty sure that he will soon have the opportunity to cross something off of his aesthetic bucket list: Having the Pope see one of his paintings, reports NCR Online.
Children of gay couples should be baptised and welcomed into the Church, the Synod on the Family has heard, reports The Tablet.
The man picked by Pope Francis to sort out the Vatican’s finances says details of the Holy See’s financial health remained opaque for many years to the very committee supposed to be overseeing them, reports The Tablet.
A Franciscan kidnapped by Islamists in Syria has been released, according to the Custodes of the Holy Land, reports AFP on Yahoo7.
The Vatican’s top canon lawyer, chosen by Pope Francis to oversee a reform of the process of annulments, has signalled that he wants to see major change in the way that failed marriages are declared null, reports The Tablet.
A married couple from Brazil told Pope Francis and the Synod that the Church should stop giving "contradictory advice" on birth control and help Catholics obey its teaching against contraception, reports the Catholic News Service.
Nearly 200 churches in north-eastern Nigeria have been destroyed or razed by Boko Haram insurgents since August, a diocesan official said, reports the Catholic News Service in The Catholic Herald.
Pope Francis is tipped to win this year’s Nobel Peace Prize, according to leading bookmakers. The Argentinian-born Pope is currently the favourite to win the award, to be announced later today, reports the Religion News Service.
The role played by Pius XII during World War II has often sparked controversy among historians. Fr Gerald Fogarty SJ spoke to Vatican Radio about his research into this Pontificate.
The Papua New Guinea-based Catholic priest ordered to return to Australia over his alleged involvement in child abuse cases has been rushed to hospital after a suspected drug overdose, reports The Sydney Morning Herald.
The life of John Newton, writer of the hymn Amazing Grace, has been turned into a musical, which will open in Chicago next week. The man who wrote the musical describes what brought him to the project, reports NCR Online.