Doves are released during a ceremony commemorating the 70th anniversary of the Korean War in Cheorwon, South Korea, yesterday (CNS/Kim Hong Ji, Reuters)

Masses were held across South Korea yesterday to mark the 70th anniversary of the outbreak of the Korean War. Source: UCA News.

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CatholicCare chief Anne Kirwan (Catholic Voice)

CatholicCare Canberra and Goulburn has been selected to manage 33 units at an ACT Government-owned housing complex. Source: Canberra Times.

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The new governance model will be operational by January 1, 2021 (Bigstock)

A new business will take over the governance of the Sandhurst Diocese's Catholic schools, removing responsibility from local parishes. Source: Bendigo Advertiser.

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Notre Dame University

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Catholics in Broken Bay Diocese at Our Lady of the Rosary Cathedral for the Global Rosary Relay (Broken Bay Diocese Vocations Team)

Students from Catholic schools in the Broken Bay Diocese joined the Annual Global Rosary Relay 2020 for its Australian leg. Source: The Catholic Leader.

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Dr Shane Kelly (The Record/St John of God Health Care)

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.

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Dujuan Hoosan and his mother, Megan Hoosan, in In My Blood It Runs (IMDB)

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.

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Australia ranked fourth from the bottom out of 25 high-income countries in the

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.

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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.

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The updated directory provides catechesis to prepare disabled people for the sacraments (CNS/Yara Nardi, Reuters)

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.

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Bishop Ken Howell celebrated his third anniversary of episcopal ordination with Deacon Peter Pellicaan and altar server Angus Kangaroo Point on June 14 (The Catholic Leader)

Church doors have opened in 87 Brisbane parishes and seats are being booked up like tickets to a rock concert. Source: The Catholic Leader.

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Cassandra Goldie (ACOSS)

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.

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Immigrants at Missão Paz in São Paulo line up to receive food donations (Crux/Fr Paolo Parise)

Catholic missionaries in Brazil are warning the COVID-19 pandemic has increased the numbers of vulnerable people subjected to forced labour. Source: Crux.

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Notre Dame University

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(From left) Archbishop Julian Porteous, Dr Gerard Gaskin and Jeremy Rockliff (Hobart Archdiocese)

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.

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0625west People pray in London’s Westminster Cathedral on June 15 (CNS/Toby Melville Reuters)

Londoners are more religious and more socially conservative than the rest of Britain, according to research published yesterday. Source: The Tablet.

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Young mothers can access care and support through the Houses to Homes program (Bigstock)

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.

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Drought-affected farmers in designated communities can apply for the $3000 payment  (St Vincent de Paul Society)

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.

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The aged care royal commission is examining the funding and financial arrangements in aged care (Bigstock)

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.

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Pope Francis delivers his weekly general audience in the Apostolic Palace library at the Vatican yesterday (CNS/Vatican Media)

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.

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