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Queensland Premier announces truth telling inquiry as part of path to treaty with First Nations peoples

QUEENSLAND Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has announced a path to treaty between the state and First Nations people which includes a three-year truth telling and healing inquiry. Ms Palaszczuk said her...

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Myanmar Cardinal warns military action will escalate

MYANMAR's Catholic prelate, Cardinal Charles Maung Bo, has warned the military in his country is cracking down hard on dissident civilians and rebel armies in a campaign to gain undisputed...

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ACU paramedicine students provide health care for the homeless

AUSTRALIAN Catholic University lecturer Dr Richard Galeano loves telling his students why he became a paramedic. "I was walking down Swanson Street in Melbourne when suddenly this ambulance came roaring...

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Pope Francis describes faith as 'not a lullaby'

The fire of faith should spur us to conversion, not lull us into complacency, Pope Francis said in his Angelus address Sunday. In his weekly message on the Gospel, the...

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Church fire claims dozens of lives in Egypt

More than 40 people -- mainly children -- have died in a fire in a Coptic Orthodox church in Giza Governorate, Egypt, on Sunday, according to government and church officials....

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How much does Big Tech know about your children? Brisbane Catholic lifts the lid

AUSTRALIAN children's data is sold everyday for advertising purposes without any legal repercussions. Veronica Hosking wanted to change this. Mrs Hosking worked as the general manager of Lookaroo, an Australian...

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Cardinal Zen and five others to stand trial over Hong Kong pro-democracy protest relief fund

PRO-DEMOCRACY advocate Cardinal Joseph Zen was named among six defendants on charges relating to an alleged failure to properly register the 612 Humanitarian Relief Fund, which provided financial aid and...

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Queen of Apostles shares message of love on 60-year anniversary

DENIS Anthonisz said the greatest thing about Queen of Apostles School at Stafford was the community. "It has always been a community of love," Mr Anthonisz, who was the first...

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Waiting too long for claims identified as risk factor for veteran suicide

AFTER months of hearings across Australia, the Royal Commission into Defence and Veteran Suicide has released its interim report, with 13 key recommendations for government. The report highlighted a backlog...

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From driver to country representative, Caritas Australia's Sothy Lay calls it a day

AFTER a 30 year career and a remarkable rise through the ranks, Caritas Australia is farewelling Sothy Lay, Caritas Australia's Country Representative in Cambodia. Starting his career as a driver,...

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