Masses were held across South Korea yesterday to mark the 70th anniversary of the outbreak of the Korean War. Source: UCA News.
CatholicCare Canberra and Goulburn has been selected to manage 33 units at an ACT Government-owned housing complex. Source: Canberra Times.
A new business will take over the governance of the Sandhurst Diocese's Catholic schools, removing responsibility from local parishes. Source: Bendigo Advertiser.
Students from Catholic schools in the Broken Bay Diocese joined the Annual Global Rosary Relay 2020 for its Australian leg. Source: The Catholic Leader.
St John of God Health Care has backed a campaign urging West Australians to maintain regular contact with their doctors to prevent life-threatening complications. Source: The Record.
In My Blood It Runs is a documentary about a 10-year-old Indigenous boy who wants to return to his homeland beyond Alice Springs. Source: ACOFB.
Australia's ranking on the world stage is said to be “poor” when it comes to quality of life, safety from the state and empowerment of its people. Source: SBS News.
Every baptised Christian has a vocation. There is therefore no shortage of vocations in this sense, but there is a need for discernment of one’s particular vocation, writes Clara Geoghegan. Source: The Bridge.
Teaching the faith is a work of evangelisation meant to lead people to a deeper relationship with Jesus and not just impart information, according to the Vatican’s updated “Directory for Catechesis”. Source: CNS.
Church doors have opened in 87 Brisbane parishes and seats are being booked up like tickets to a rock concert. Source: The Catholic Leader.
Vulnerable Australians are concerned they will be unable to cover basic cost-of-living expenses if the JobSeeker payment is reduced to pre-pandemic levels, according to the Australian Council of Social Service. Source: Sky News Australia.
Catholic missionaries in Brazil are warning the COVID-19 pandemic has increased the numbers of vulnerable people subjected to forced labour. Source: Crux.
Three Catholic colleges in greater Hobart will expand to provide year 11 and 12 education from 2023, in a project expected to inject $53 million into the Tasmanian economy. Source: Hobart Archdiocese.
Londoners are more religious and more socially conservative than the rest of Britain, according to research published yesterday. Source: The Tablet.
For more than 30 years, CatholicCare’s Houses to Homes service has been assisting young mothers experiencing homelessness to get back on their feet. Source: Catholic Outlook.
The St Vincent de Paul Society has welcomed the Commonwealth Government’s decision to extend its Drought Community Support Initiative to the end of the year.
A dedicated levy – similar to Medicare – or a 1-2 per cent increase in personal taxes have been floated as two ways to pay for much-needed reforms to aged care. Source: Sydney Morning Herald.
Everyone lives a life that is often inconsistent or a “contradiction” because people can be both a sinner and a saint, a victim and a tormentor, Pope Francis said yesterday. Source: CNS.