A Catholic psychologist has been banned from practising until further notice because of his public statements opposed to homosexual relationships, reports The Canberra Times.
The Australian Bishops Conference website, as well as containing all the information you need about the Church in Australia, also carries details of major upcoming Church events.
At age 72, Bishop Kenjiro Koriyama doesn’t run as much as he used to do. But earlier this week, he made an exception for the sake of a good cause, reports Ucanews.
The 21 Coptic Christians who were beheaded in Libya by ISIS militants died as martyrs, invoking the name of Jesus, said an Egyptian Catholic bishop, reports The Catholic Herald.
The Archbishop of Sydney, Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP, has split the roles of chancellor and vicar-general in a restructruring of Diocesan management, reports The Catholic Weekly.
Catholic Health Australia will hold a one-day forum next month on aged care.
Today's featured website, Liturgy Brisbane, is the site to visit if you are looking for the readings of the day in the Ordo, or would like a deeper understanding of the liturgy.
Hundreds of students were evacuated from the Australian Catholic University campus in North Sydney yesterday morning after a chemical spill in a laboratory, reports The Daily Telegraph.
As homeless men and women line up under St Peter's colonnade to use the Vatican's newly christened showers and barbershop, volunteers who are asssiting them say they are moved by their encounters, reports the Catholic News Agency.
We ask ourselves this Lent: Is compassion present in my heart, and does it inspire my words and actions? Even concerning asylum seekers and boats? The clarion call of Lent in the liturgy is “repent” meaning convert your hearts, writes Bishop Greg O'Kelly.
Teachers and support staff at NSW Catholic schools are at odds with the Church over a clause it wants inserted into a new enterprise agreement governing behaviour inside and outside the workplace, reports The Daily Telegraph.
Caritas Australia launched this year's Project Compassion in Sydney on Monday, with guests of honour Eric and Ma (pictured), husband and wife farmers from Fiji.
There are definitely two sides to mixed martial artist Richard Walsh. The beard, chiselled abs and small gloves might scream toughie, but the 26-year-old has excelled in both sports and academics, starting at his school St Ignatius Riverview.
The Church in France has declined to sign a declaration by the group Reporters without Borders (RSF) challenging faith groups to pledge unreserved support for free speech or face public pressure to do so, reports The Tablet.
Must financial transparency involve the unification of all relevant powers under the dicastery headed by Cardinal Pell? This is a question many in the Vatican are asking after comments made by the Pontifical Council for Legislative Texts, reports Vatican Insider.
Pope Francis has appointed as Apostolic Nuncio to Australia, His Excellency the Most Rev. Adolfo Tito Yllana, titular Archbishop of Montecorvino and until now Apostolic Nuncio to the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Xt3.com has a promotioal video for the Lent calendar, in preparation for the passion, death, and resurrection of Christ.
In this first episode of Cooking with The Catholic Leader, Joe Foley from Caritas joins Emilie Ng from The Catholic Leader to show you how to cook up super simple pancakes for Shrove Tuesday.