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  1. Empowering Students To Choose Life

    Empowering Students To Choose Life 22 Feb 2018 | A new generation of pro-life students are learning the conflict-management, media and leadership skills necessary to support peers on university campuses across the...

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  2. As the Questions Show, Carlton Parish Talks a Hit with Everyone

    As the Questions Show, Carlton Parish Talks a Hit with Everyone 21 Feb 2018 | Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP was the first speaker in "The Challenges of our Times," a monthly forum on the relevance of religion...

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  3. First Married Man to Be Maronite Priest

    First Married Man to Be Maronite Priest 20 Feb 2018 | Engineer Danny Nouh is to become Australia's first married man to be ordained to the priesthood in the Maronite...

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  4. Aussie Joins Pope's Safeguarding Body

    Aussie Joins Pope's Safeguarding Body 19 Feb 2018 | Neville Owen, Chair of the Catholic Church's Truth Justice and Healing Council, has been appointed to Pope Francis' clergy...

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  5. Horrors Only Pushes Ex-detective Further

    Horrors Only Pushes Ex-detective Further 16 Feb 2018 | An investigator who travels to developing countries to rescue children trafficked into sexual slavery spoke to The Catholic Weekly following the commitment by the Archdiocese to stamp out slavery...

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  6. Refugee Family Proud to Call Sydney Home

    Refugee Family Proud to Call Sydney Home 15 Feb 2018 | Little seven year-old Alan Ismael is now known for always having a big smile on her face...

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  7. New App To Help Your Journey Through Lent

    New App To Help Your Journey Through Lent 14 Feb 2018 | In order to make it easier to walk the Lenten journey we are pleased to advise you of the annual Xt3 Lent Calendar 2018...

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  8. Hospital Chaplain Says God's Got A Soft Spot For Mums

    Hospital Chaplain Says God's Got A Soft Spot For Mums 13 Feb 2018 | In his six years' as the Chaplain at St Vincent's Private Hospital, Fr Darryl Mackie said...

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  1. This is what mercy sounds like, in Rome

    This is what mercy sounds like, in Rome Poetry, music, and art. That is what Michael Campbell has put together to produce a sensory experience of mercy in "Faces of Mercy."

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  2. The Pizza Party Pope Francis Organized for 1,500 Poor People in the Vatican was a Hit!

    The Pizza Party Pope Francis Organized for 1,500 Poor People in the Vatican was a Hit! Dispute being 79-years-old, Pope Francis shows no sign of slowing down. After braving the intense Roman heat during the canonization ceremony that lasted for more than two hours in Saint Peter's, he still had one more activity on his already busy agenda for that day.

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  3. Rome has Hosted 13 Million Pilgrims During the Jubilee of Mercy so far

    Rome has Hosted 13 Million Pilgrims During the Jubilee of Mercy so far An estimated 13 million pilgrims have participated in the Jubilee of Mercy, since Pope Francis inaugurated the Holy Year on December 8, 2015.

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  4. Benedict XVI to Pope Francis: Your Goodness is My Home and the Place where I Feel Safe

    Benedict XVI to Pope Francis: Your Goodness is My Home and the Place where I Feel Safe The Clementine Hall of the Vatican hosted a very special celebration ... that began with this embrace.

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  5. Priests on Their Vocation After the Jubilee of Priests and Seminarians with Pope Francis

    Priests on Their Vocation After the Jubilee of Priests and Seminarians with Pope Francis More than 6,000 young men were participants in the Jubilee for priests and seminarians.

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