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Homelessness
About 1400 business leaders slept rough around the country last night in the 13th annual Vinnies CEO Sleepout, in an event expected to raise $6.4 million for Australia's homeless ...
Safeguarding
Brisbane Archbishop Mark Coleridge says when it comes to fighting clerical sexual abuse, a “change in culture” in the Church is needed and is already in motion. Source: Crux. ...
Asylum-seekers
Catholic religious leaders have said they are “deeply troubled” by Turnbull Government changes to support for asylum-seekers. Source: Catholic Religious Australia. ...
Ordination
Jesuits Nico Lariosa and Alan Wong were ordained as priests at Sydney's St Mary’s Cathedral on Saturday. Source: Australian Jesuits. ...
Education
New South Wales Education Minister Rob Stokes has ordered a review of the use of smartphones in schools following concerns from parents that it is distracting students and leading to ...
Disability
A partnership between Catholic schools in Maitland-Newcastle Diocese and a local employment service is helping students with disabilities pave a career path. Source: Aurora Magazine. ...
Film Review
Incredibles 2 is a sequel to the 2004 Oscar-winning animated Pixar film about a family of underground superheroes living in a time when superheroes are outlawed. Source: ACOFB. ...
Ecumenism
Not only God, but today’s broken, divided world is begging for unity among Christians, Pope Francis said on an ecumenical pilgrimage to Geneva. Source: CNS. ...
Human Rights
The Holy See says that human trafficking can be defeated by “eliminating the culture of consumerism” and instead fostering a culture centred on respect for human dignity. Source: Vatican News ...