Can a scientist believe in miracles? This physicist does, writes Robert Kurland in Aleteia.
Blade Runner 2049 is a worthy successor to its predecessor, science fiction classic Blade Runner, says reviewer Peter Sheehan.
Bishop of Broken Bay Peter Comensoli will lead a session at an international convention to be held in Rome this month for more than 450 participants working in the area of catechesis for persons with disabilities, the Diocese of Broken Bay reports.
Refugee lawyers have vowed to fight for 71 asylum seekers whose welfare payments have been cut off after they missed a deadline to lodge claims for Australia's protection, SBS News reports.
Almost 200 regional and state leaders of the St Vincent de Paul Society (Vinnies) attended a national congress in Adelaide last weekend – the first gathering of its kind in 60 years, reports The Southern Cross.
An international poll has found Australians think religion does more harm than good, compared to people from most other countries, the Sydney Morning Herald reports.
A Mexican archdiocese has distanced itself from a “Coldplay Mass” celebrated by a Jesuit university, the Catholic Herald reports.
Sydney Auxiliary Bishop Richard Umbers has made a name for himself as a "meme-making" bishop. He tells the Washington Post how he uses Twitter memes to convey important messages.
The Australian Catholic University this week conferred an Honorary Doctorate on Coptic Orthodox Bishop Suriel, the Coptic Orthodox Diocese of Melbourne announced.
For the first time in Western Australia, virtual reality goggles are helping ease children’s anxiety when undergoing blood tests and other procedures at St John of God Health Care hospitals, The eRecord reports.
Pope Francis’ @Pontifex Twitter accounts have reached more than 40 million followers just a few months before the fifth anniversary of when Pope Benedict XVI launched the initiative, CNS reports.
Pope Francis has called for stronger opposition to the death penalty in the Catechism of the Church, CNA reports.
Labor leader Bill Shorten says unions, business and the federal Parliament should come together and strike a "radical" grand bargain that would deliver a much-needed pay rise for ordinary Australians, the Canberra Times reports.
Asylum-seekers in detention on Manus Island have been offered the chance to move to Australia’s other offshore detention island of Nauru, The Guardian reports.
Women escaping domestic violence who are forced to seek temporary refuge in motels will benefit from a new crisis centre in Adelaide’s northern suburbs, The Southern Cross reports.
Multifaith representatives gathered on the steps of the Victorian Parliament yesterday to deliver a joint statement rejecting the state's Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill, Melbourne Catholic reports.
More than 10,000 people from migrant communities attended a Sydney family festival on Sunday, demonstrating strong support for a No vote among Australians of ethnic heritage, Catholic Outlook reports.
He’s the $60 million man – literally. Over nearly three decades, Sydney man Phillip Collignon has raised more than $60 million in aid of poor and persecuted Christians around the world, The Catholic Weekly reports.