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Australian Bishops urge Catholics to get vaccinated amid push for more vaccine options

Apr 20, 2021

CATHOLICS in Australia are being encouraged to receive a COVID-19 vaccine when it becomes available to them, with the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference saying it is morally permissible to accept any vaccine. In a document published today, the Bishops...

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Catholic laypeople in Cologne Archdiocese demand local synod

Apr 20, 2021

In the wake of reports on how clergy sex abuse was handled, Catholic laypeople in the Cologne Archdiocese have demand a local synod. The post Catholic laypeople in Cologne Archdiocese demand local synod appeared first on The Catholic Leader .

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March for Life set to attract big crowd opposed to abortion, euthanasia

Apr 19, 2021

A CATHOLIC doctor, who will speak at this year's Brisbane March for Life on Saturday May 8, said he has witnessed the horror of working "in the biggest abortion clinic in Europe". "You just have to see the bodies, the piles of killed human bodies and...

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Was the Sudarium of Oviedo really wrapped around Jesus' head after his death?

Apr 19, 2021

Question: I understand it is claimed that the cloth which was wrapped around Jesus' head after he died is now in the cathedral of Oviedo in Spain. Is there any evidence for this? There is substantial evidence that the so-called Sudarium, literally sweat...

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Pope prays for peace and reconciliation between Moscow and Kiev as military tensions rise

Apr 19, 2021

POPE Francis appealed for gestures of trust and reconciliation as tensions rise between Russia and Ukraine after a build-up of Russian military personnel on the eastern Ukranian border and in Crimea. Speaking after the recitation of the Regina Coeli,...

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Jimmy Lai, Hong Kong Catholic media tycoon, sent to prison

Apr 19, 2021

Jimmy Lai, Hong Kong Catholic media tycoon, sent to prison as the Chinese Communist Party intensifies its crackdown on Hong Kong's rights and freedoms. The post Jimmy Lai, Hong Kong Catholic media tycoon, sent to prison appeared first on The Catholic...

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'Sponsor a gargoyle' to help rebuild Notre-Dame Cathedral

Apr 16, 2021

TWO years on from the fire that destroyed much of Notre-Dame Cathedral's wooden structure, a fundraising group has surfaced with a plea to "sponsor a gargoyle" to help with the reconstruction. Friends of Notre-Dame de Paris unveiled an interactive website...

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Relationship advisers Megan and Nahum Kozak share six tips to a happy, lasting relationship

Apr 15, 2021

THERE has been a lot of media coverage and watercooler conversation around the death of Prince Philip, the Queen's devoted husband of over 70 years. Whilst our hearts go out to the Queen and her family, it must also be acknowledged that a joyful, loving,...

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Pope says Church reform must originate in prayer, otherwise it is not of the Holy Spirit but of 'groups'

Apr 15, 2021

WITHOUT prayer, everything crumbles and any initiatives for Church reform will just be proposals by some group and not the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, Pope Francis said. "Everything in the Church originates in prayer and everything grows thanks to...

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Grand plan for one of Brisbane's heritage church sites

Apr 14, 2021

BRISBANE archdiocese has unveiled plans for an eight-storey commercial building neighbouring one of the city's oldest churches. The development would transform the grounds of the state-heritage-listed St Patrick's Church in Fortitude Valley. Architects...

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