New course on Church’s social teaching


The new short course in theology at Australian Catholic University promises to be a hit with individuals and Catholic agencies.
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Aussie students bring a bit of home to Rome


Australia Day came to Rome a little early this year when a group of young people performed at Domus Australia.
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Walking 1500km to save lives


A group of young Australian Catholics are literally turning heads as they make a 1500km trek from Brisbane to Melbourne.
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Padre Pio’s Archdiocese gets a new Bishop


Thousands turned out to witness the episcopal ordination of Somascan Fr Franco Moscone CRS as Archbishop of Manfredonia-Vieste-San Giovanni Rotondo.
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Pope wants abuse summit to lead to action


Pope Francis wants leaders of the world's bishops' conferences to gain clarity on preventing abuse and care for victims.
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Symposium to focus on preserving Church art and architecture


Preserving Australia’s heritage Catholic churches will be a focus of a National Church Architecture Symposium in Melbourne next month.
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Bishop slams land seizures


Bishop of Parramatta Vincent Long OFM Conv has issued a statement of solidarity to victims of a government land grab.
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Young Catholics ‘hungry’ for God at Summer School


Despite the crisis the Catholic Church is currently going through, young Catholics are still showing an enormous hunger for God and a love for their faith, says
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Catholic Church the only aid to Venezuelans in crisis


As Venezuela spirals deeper into severe economic crisis and social chaos, the Catholic Church is the only institution left to help the people, according to Aid
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Church leads modern slavery fight


Companies and large faith-based organisations need to understand their compliance obligations under the Modern Slavery Act says John McCarthy QC.
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