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A Catholic family leaning on Jesus through the joys and struggles of life

A TEARFUL dad tells how he prays constantly "Jesus, give me strength to get through this moment ..." as he faces the daily struggles of family life. He's fortunate he...

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Toowoomba parents watch first daughter make first vows in New York

PARENTS of 12, Paul and Fiona Webb have many reasons to be up in the middle of the night, but watching their daughter make her first religious vows has to...

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Missionary priests brace for fallout after Taliban makes gains as US military leaves Afghanistan

INDIAN Jesuits in Afghanistan are not sure what is in store for them as the strife-torn nation slips into conflict as the United States winds down operations after almost 20...

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Former Anglican priest says God opened the way to Catholic priesthood

FATHER Stephen Hilgendorf was ready to give up ministry altogether if it meant he could be in full communion with the Catholic Church. It had been a long road from...

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Celebrating the role of our grandparents and elderly

This Sunday is the inaugural World Day for Grandparents and the Elderly and Catholic ministries are being encouraged to find creative ways to celebrate. Pope Francis announced earlier this year...

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New conference to boost connection among Australia's seminarians

GERARD Lai will hopefully be a priest by 2023 and the sheer thought begs the question - how well does he know other future priests around Australia? The answer is,...

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Nurses speak out against voluntary assisted dying

A QUEENSLAND nurses association with 8,00 members says legalising euthanasia would transform nursing from "saving lives and doing no harm to taking lives". Queensland parliament is expected to debate and...

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Justice Martin Daubney and Virginia Bourke named ACU chancellor and pro-chancellor

AUSTRALIAN Catholic University president Brisbane Archbishop Mark Coleridge welcomed the newly-named Chancellor, Justice Martin Daubney, and Pro-Chancellor, Virginia Bourke, to their new positions in an email today. Archbishop Coleridge said...

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March for Life targets Queensland's "dangerous" voluntary assisted dying bill

A MARCH for Life in Brisbane on August 28 aims to rally public opposition against euthanasia just days before Queensland's parliament starts debating a Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill. Cherish Life...

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Germany's floods reap havoc, claim a heavy toll

EMERGENCY response and aid efforts were running in high gear after severe flooding in Germany and neighbouring countries toppled buildings, washed away vehicles and left a rising death toll. At...

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