Mass in Nauru, trouble in Melbourne and plans in Perth

The Opposition leader went to a church in Nauru, a petrol bomb was thrown into one in Melbourne, and university research examined the fear of God. In Perth, the archdiocese announced a recruitment drive and the archbishop, Barry Hickey (pictured) said he expects to be still doing his job at Christmas.

Abbott's Nauru resurrection (Age)

Perth Archdiocese uses new media in recruitment drive (West Australian)

Leave sentencing to judges, says Jesuit Social Services CEO (Express)

Petrol bomb in Melbourne church blamed on Ratko Mladic banner (Herald Sun)

Uni research helps explain the fear of God (SMH)

Churches serve sustenance (Moonee Valley Leader)

Pope accepts Archbishop Hickey retirement 'in principle' (The Record)

Hickey expects to still be here at Christmas (The Record)

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