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Every time we look at the stars, we can marvel and give thanks to God, Terry Lees writes

Jul 19, 2024

IN secondary school, chemistry and physics were amongst the subjects I studied. However, I was only an average student with those disciplines. Although I can recall being in awe of the outcomes of some chemical experiments performed, I had no desire to...

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Queensland government commit $40 million to abortion industry

Jul 18, 2024

THE Miles government has earmarked another $40 million to an initiative to bolster Queensland's abortion industry. Minister for Health and Women Shannon Fentiman introduced the "Termination of Pregnancy Action Plan 2032" in March with the goal to ensure...

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Abdallah family launch Brisbane college offering Catholic classical education

Jul 17, 2024

By Jo Hayes LATIN lessons. Rote learning. No iPads. This is part of the future of education in the Archdiocese of Brisbane, and families are flocking to sign up. On July 11, hundreds gathered at Mary Immaculate parish hall Annerley for the official launch...

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Former Brisbane priest working for the pope publishes new book

Jul 17, 2024

WORKING in Rome has been a life-changing experience, former Brisbane priest Monsignor Anthony Ekpo has said in an interview about his latest book, The Roman Curia: History, Theology, and Organisation. Msgr Ekpo started on the book after he discovered...

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Vietnamese Community open Brisbane's newest Catholic church

Jul 16, 2024

BRISBANE'S Vietnamese Catholic Community has a place of worship they can call their own, throwing open the doors to their new church last Saturday. Thousands of people flocked to Inala last weekend for the opening and consecration of the Queen of...

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Canossian Sisters celebrate 75 years in Australia

Jul 16, 2024

THE Canossian Daughters of Charity are always ready to "go where God sends us", Australian delegation leader Sr Mel Dwyer said. The Australian delegation celebrated its 75th anniversary Mass at the order's Canossa Chapel at Oxley on Saturday, July 13...

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Bishop Manning dies aged 90, remembered as a 'loving servant of Christ'

Jul 16, 2024

FORMER Parramatta Bishop Kevin Manning died aged 90 yesterday. Bishop Manning was the second Bishop of Parramatta, leading it during a period of rapid growth from 1997 to 2010. Parramatta Bishop Vincent Long was with Bishop Manning when he died. "Bishop...

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St Bonaventure was a 'man of action and contemplation' who led Franciscans to new heights

Jul 15, 2024

TODAY marks the feast day of St Bonaventure, who is called "The Seraphic Doctor" of the Church. St Bonaventure is known for his leadership of the Franciscans and his great intellectual contributions to theology and philosophy. He was born in Bagnorea...

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Holy See condemns political violence and prays for peace after shooting at Trump rally

Jul 15, 2024

THE Holy See is praying for peace after an alleged shooter fired on Former President Donald Trump, killing a spectator and wounding two others, at a political rally in Butler, Pennsylvania. The shooter, who fired from an elevated position, was shot and...

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From alcoholism to Christ -- Matt Talbot has become an inspiration for those battling addiction

Jul 14, 2024

VENERABLE Matt Talbot, an Irishman whose journey from alcoholism to the heights of holiness has inspired many who struggle with addiction, is being considered for sainthood in the Church. After spending more than a decade of his life as an alcoholic,...

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