Father Bob Maguire takes a seat with InterAction multi-faith group co-founder Ali Majokah (The Age) --- A mixed bag on the eve of Easter: Fr Bob Maguire calls for interfaith education at schools, priests bless roads before holidays, plus Palm Sunday

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Diplomacy and international affairs held centre stage, with the Vatican trying to strengthen relations in both Vietnam and China, a Scottish cardinal attacking nuclear weapons and a new report about the Irish Church (Archbishop Diarmuid Martin is

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Father Ian Dillon, who has died in Richmond in Melbourne, aged 85, lived an unobtrusive Jesuit life. But his story is of wider interest because it reflects some of the central changes in society, church and the Society of Jesus during his lifetime,

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  In his recently published book on evolution Vs creationism, Conor Cunningham surveys the vast expanse of research in the field and skillfully argues against the reductive logics of evolutionists Richard Dawkins, Daniel Dennett, and their

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In a 13-page letter, Cardinal Donald Wuerl, chairman of the US Catholic Bishops' Committee on Doctrine, explains his committee's rationale for criticising theologian Elizabeth Johnson's book Quest for the Living God. The wide-ranging letter, while

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CathNews is taking a short break over the holiday period. We will return on Wednesday, April 27. We wish all our readers a happy and rejuvenating Easter.

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When I started teaching in 1996, I was hired by Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut, to teach a course on science and religion. With degrees in both areas, I felt well prepared; but I soon learned that the amount of literature on the relationship between

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Matthew 26:14 - 27:66 Then one of the 12, who was called Judas Iscariot, went to the chief priests 15and said, “What will you give me if I betray him to you?” They paid him thirty pieces of silver. 16And from that moment he began to look for an

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Today’s gospel is not only about Jesus, it is also about you and me, writes Michael McKenna, the Bishop of Bathurst. Our knowledge of the arrest, interrogation, torture and execution of Jesus of Nazareth comes primarily from the accounts of the four

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Following the format of The Stations of the Cross, this prayerful resource from the St Columbans Mission Society laments the stages in the death of part of God’s Creation. It incorporates issues related to rainforest destruction: extractive industries,

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During his recent visit to Washington, Cardinal Joseph Zen Ze-kiun told reporters that mistakes and misunderstandings on the part of key Vatican officials, and a desire for “compromise at any cost,” have undermined Pope Benedict's intentions

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Educational themes led the coverage around the nation this week. In Adelaide, male teachers are shifting to independent schools, in Victoria ipods and ipads are being trialled in Year 7, and in Qld an investigation into a gay talk in a school hall has been

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An eclectic news menu this week, led by the TV documentary that claims to have found nails used in the crucifixion of Jesus (pictured), plus reports of an auction of Papal jewellery and a spritual program for weight loss. On a sombre note, a bible

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Constable Ronan Kerr loved life, he loved others, and that is the legacy he has left us. Not to hate but to love, writes Fr John Skinnader in the Independent Catholic News. I saw Ronan only two weeks before he was killed by a car bomb on April 9 in

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Many are Called: Rediscovering the Glory of the Priesthood by Scott Hahn Doubleday Religion, 2010, 160 pages, $A29.95  The Year for Priests may be over, but the momentum from that 12-month celebration continues to be strong. Adding to that effort is

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Every time there is a royal wedding, the one story newspapers all love is the one in which they announce that the bride will vow to obey her husband - or not. What Anglican form of wedding vow one uses is hardly of interest to Catholics who never get a

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Tim Lougoon has one of the most interesting and challenging youth ministry jobs in Australia. On December 10 last year, he was appointed by Bishop Joe Grech of Sandhurst to lead the diocesan pilgrimage to World Youth Day in Madrid, writes Beth Doherty on

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John 11:1-45 Now a certain man was ill, Lazarus of Bethany, the village of Mary and her sister Martha. 2Mary was the one who anointed the Lord with perfume and wiped his feet with her hair; her brother Lazarus was ill. 3 So the sisters sent a message to

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The scriptures that are presented for our prayerful reflection on Passion Sunday are a veritable treasure of our faith. They are so extensive and dense that one feels like a little kid (or indeed a big kid) in a chocolate factory, writes Bishop Eugene Hurley,

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The distinctive sound of Libera has travelled the world in the last few years. The group's albums have topped both mainstream and classical charts in many countries, and their recordings hold their place in top-tens alongside major artists like Bocelli. The

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