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  1. Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP Appointed to the Pontifical Council for Life

    Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP Appointed to the Pontifical Council for Life 23 Jun 2017 | Pope Francis has appointed Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP of Sydney one of 45 ordinary members of the Pontifical Council for Life after having removed...

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  2. Cathedral Choir Offers Sumptuous Selection for Upcoming Concert

    Cathedral Choir Offers Sumptuous Selection for Upcoming Concert 19 Jun 2017 | The oldest musical institution in Australia - St Mary's Cathedral Choir in Sydney - is set to perform a concert that Music Director, Thomas Wilson, hopes will give people a unique encounter with sacred music.

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  3. Catholic Schools Launch Fairness Campaign in the Face of a $4.6b Cut to Funding

    Catholic Schools Launch Fairness Campaign in the Face of a $4.6b Cut to Funding 19 Jun 2017 | Liberal-National Government's proposed funding reforms on low-fee paying Catholic school families.

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  4. New Catholic Women's Mentoring Program Launches in Sydney

    New Catholic Women's Mentoring Program Launches in Sydney 7 Jun 2017 | On Saturday May 20, 2017, the new Catholic Women's Mentoring initiative was launched at Mary MacKillop Place in North Sydney.

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  5. Australian Catholic Youth Festival Close to Reaching Initial Target of 15,000 Registrations

    Australian Catholic Youth Festival Close to Reaching Initial Target of 15,000 Registrations 7 Jun 2017 | ACYF17 which takes place from 7-9 December and is being hosted by the Archdiocese of Sydney has reached a milestone of 10,000 registrations as of the 1st of June.

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  6. Giving Thanks to Seafarers Around World

    Giving Thanks to Seafarers Around World 5 Jun 2017 | Life at sea for crew members aboard a cargo ship or fishing vessel can be a lonely existence at times.

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What are the Spiritual Exercises Invented by St. Ignatius?

After nearly 500 years, Ignatian spirituality is still gaining popularity among Catholics around the world, both young and old. In fact, it is said that this connection with God and form of looking inward can even help youth discern their vocation in life.

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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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