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The Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools has elected a new Superior General, during its 45th General Chapter in Rome.
The Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth are an International Apostolic Congregation, founded by Frances Siedliska (Blessed Mary of Jesus the Good Shepherd).
The Church in France is offering worshippers the opportunity to 'adopt a priest,' with a light-hearted fundraising campaign, reports The Catholic Herald.
Father Adolfo Nicolas, Superior General of the Jesuits, announced his intention to resign in late 2016 after he turns 80, reports the Catholic News Service.
The national projects coordinator of Australian Catholic Religious Against trafficking in Humans (ACRATH) has described the Budget's cuts to foreign aid as a 'national disgrace', reports The Guardian Australia.
There is no doubt that most audiences will feel all the better while watching this interesting and delightful film. And they will probably even feel much better by the time it has ended.
Good Samaritan Sister, Clare Condon, says her congregation’s recent assembly highlighted for her the power of a single voice and the importance of networking together.
To hear Cardinal Walter Kasper tell it, he became the Pope’s point man for reform in the Catholic Church thanks to a bit of serendipity, or, if you will, Providence, before anyone knew that Francis was going to be the next Roman Pontiff.
The Victorian Catholic Schools Parent Body (VCSPB) is concerned that the the federal Budget will impact low-income and disadvantaged families.
The few remaining tickets to Pope Francis’ Mass in Bethlehem this Saturday have become precious goods that are hard to come by, reports Reuters in Vatican Insider.
The Bishop of Basel has permitted the Basel Catholic Church Corporations to formulate an initiative appealing for equality between men and women in relation to the priesthood, reports The Tablet.
The Vatican’s financial watchdog has reported a steep rise in reports of suspicious transactions, from six in 2002 to 202 last year, reports the Catholic News Service in The Catholic Herald.
Women in the Church have offered praise for the works of newly-canonised Saints John XXIII and John Paul II, saying that they set a foundation for an expanding theology of women, reports the Catholic News Agency.
The Jesuits are the largest order of priests and brothers in the Church and have launched an innovative, interactive new vocations website in the United States.
Pope Francis has assured the bishops of El Salvador that the sainthood Cause of Oscar Romero is proceeding well, and the bishops asked him to come to El Salvador to preside personally over the beatification, reports the Catholic News Service.
Eight religious leaders, including a Catholic priest and a nun, were detained by police in Sydney yesterday after refusing to leave Prime Minister Tony Abbott’s electoral office in a protest against asylum seeker policy, reports news.com.au.
In honour of the canonisation of Pope St John Paul II, audiovisual resource page Catholic Link has created an animated video, detailing the profound spiritual life of the Saint, with the hope of reaching youth.
Due to population shifts, a Catholic primary school in northern England has found itself with 99 per cent of pupils who are Muslim. The solution promoted by the diocesan authorities is to transfer it to the Church of England.