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  1. Calling Young Australians to be Part of an International Conversation

    Calling Young Australians to be Part of an International Conversation 24 May 2017 | Young people across Australia are being called to share their views about life, faith, and their experience of Church through an online survey published today by the Australian Bishops.

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  2. International Catholic megastar confirmed for Australian Catholic Youth Festival

    International Catholic megastar confirmed for Australian Catholic Youth Festival 17 May 2017 | Matt Maher is arguably the biggest Catholic name in global contemporary Christian music and the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference is delighted...

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  3. Archbishop's Prayer of Consecration for Fatima Anniversary

    Archbishop's Prayer of Consecration for Fatima Anniversary 12 May 2017 | The Archbishop of Sydney, Most Rev Anthony Fisher OP has written a prayer of consecration to Our Lady on the occasion of the 100th Anniversary of the apparitions of Our Lady at Fatima.

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  4. Registration Opens Online for the Australian Catholic Youth Festival

    Registration Opens Online for the Australian Catholic Youth Festival 11 May 2017 | With seven months to go, online registration officially opened this morning for the Australian Catholic Youth Festival (ACYF) in Sydney from 7-9 December 2017.

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  5. Catholic Schools Just Want a Fair Deal: Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP

    Catholic Schools Just Want a Fair Deal: Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP 8 May 2017 | The Archbishop of Sydney, Most Rev. Anthony Fisher OP, has addressed the current debate about school funding, and the claim that there is a...

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  6. Africa Famine: A Major Humanitarian Disaster that Requires an Urgent Response

    Africa Famine: A Major Humanitarian Disaster that Requires an Urgent Response 2 May 2017 | "Our people are struggling simply to survive." In a powerful pastoral letter, the Bishops of South Sudan have expressed a desperate plea for support.

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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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