Gently amusing yet endlessly perceptive, While We’re Young is a showcase for the talents of its terrific cast and writer-director Noah Baumbach.
Canberra's Marist Brothers community is to be disbanded by the middle of the year following the deaths of two members in the past 18 months and the appointment of a third to head a new community in Western Sydney, reports The Canberra Times.
The Broken Bay Diocese is presenting the next in its Conversation series tomorrow, featuring the Governor of NSW, Dame Marie Bashir and TV presenter Ray Martin, on the Anzac legend.
Schools in regional areas could close and the quality of education will be compromised if the Government pursues funding increases based only on inflation and enrolment fluctuations, according to the national body for Catholic schools, reports The Australian.
A controversial three-year program of Vatican oversight of the leadership group of US Catholic sisters has been concluded, with the sisters and the Church announcing that the goal of the oversight "has been accomplished," reports NCR Online.
A world-first partnership between The Broken Bay Institute (BBI) and Saint Paul University (SPU) in Ottawa, Canada, will enable SPU to deliver the first pontifically recognised degree in Canon Law in Australia.
Cardinal Sean O’Malley of Boston made a pitch to Pope Francis and his team of cardinal advisors on Wednesday on the need to hold bishops who fail to report sexual abuse accountable, reports Crux.
Viewers of Wolf Hall might be forgiven for being confused about who’s who in the six-part miniseries based on Hilary Mantel’s books. At least four of the main characters are all named Thomas. More confusingly, three of them wear nearly identical hats.
A man who reported sexual abuse at St Joseph's Neerkol Orphanage at Rockhampton received death threats after talking to police, including a bullet in his mailbox, the Royal Commission has heard, reports the ABC.
Francis is more aware than anyone that he is like one rowing a boat in shark-infested waters and must navigate carefully and with great skill, writes Robert Mickens in NCR Online.
We hear a lot about Canon Law, but what does it actually mean?
Fr William Bichsel was given six months to live in 2009 because of his failing heart. Not only did he prove doctors wrong, he continued his 40 years-plus crusade against what he called "ongoing, unabated works of war" and "forces of militarism."
Amid the filth of Cairo’s worst slums, a middle-class "lady in white" feels called by God to protect the children who must sort rubbish to stay alive. Today, her organisation has helped more than 30,000 children, writes The Catholic Herald.
The Vatican has long opposed nuclear weapons, but Pope Francis is making the cause one of the top diplomatic priorities of his two-year-old papacy, reports Time magazine.
Brenda Niall's Mannix is the most wise, shrewd and elegant biography yet produced of this complex and beguiling man. Niall's prose strengthens the candour of this fine book, writes Michael McGirr for The Sydney Morning Herald.
Female CEOs to spend night out in Vinnies sleepout, Brisbane prayers for autism, the Council of Cardinals examines bishops' accountability, and a Nigerian cathedral collapses.
Far removed from the traditional route in Spain, a priest in Geraldton, Western Australia will lead a two-day spiritual walk in the region's first organised pilgrimage. Fr Robert Cross from St Francis Xavier Cathedral explains his mission, reports the ABC.
Luke 24:13-49 Now that same day, two of them were going to a village called Emmaus, about seven miles from Jerusalem. They were talking with each other about everything that had happened.
Easter gave way to Divine Mercy Sunday, as the Pope announced the new Jubilee year, called the Armenian "genocide" genocide, Turkey responded, and Nigerians prayed for girls kidnapped one year ago by Boko Haram.