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  • May 2018 '18

    Catholic media provides different viewpoint and nourishes faith: survey

    The first comprehensive survey of people’s experience of the Catholic media landscape in Australia has revealed that users value Catholic media for the different perspective it provides and, in most cases, it has played a role in their personal faith development. The Australian Catholic Media User Survey was conducted online by the Australian Catholic Media…

  • Apr 2018 '18

    New Apostolic Exhortation “Gaudete et exsultate” (Rejoice and be glad)

    The full text of Pope Francis’ Apostolic Exhortation “Gaudete et exsultate” (Rejoice and be glad) APOSTOLIC EXHORTATION

  • Apr 2018 '18

    Service times for Second Sunday of Easter (Divine Mercy Sunday)

    ARCHDIOCESE OF BRISBANE – DIVINE MERCY SUNDAY OPTIONS – APRIL 8, 2018 (I) Mary Immaculate Church, 616 Ipswich Road, Annerley 3:00pm – Divine Mercy Chaplet, followed by a Blessing of Divine Mercy Images and religious objects and a talk about the link between Divine Mercy, Fatima and Saint John Paul II. 3:45pm-4:45pm – Silent Adoration…

  • Mar 2018 '18

    Port Pirie and Broome Dioceses lead the way for Plenary Council

    More than 200 people from remote and rural parts of the Diocese of Port Pirie in South Australia have gathered together under the theme ‘Looking forward in hope towards 2020’. This was the first major gathering in Australia since the announcement earlier this week of the 2020 Plenary Council. The two-day assembly was attended by…

  • Nov 2017 '17

    People, families key to good government

    By Archbishop Mark Coleridge Throughout the Western world it’s now clear that government is becoming increasingly difficult, with traditional major parties losing support, the centre being harder to hold and the extremes of left or right gaining ground. Instability has become the order of the day, with more frequent minority governments and elections. Queensland is…

  • Nov 2017 '17

    Q&A with Fr Peter Brannelly

    The Cathedral of St Stephen has welcomed a new Dean – Father Peter Brannelly. In a tough start to his tenure, Fr Peter faced a grilling from The Precinct on matters of great importance: Q: Do you prefer coffee or tea in the morning? A: After years of being a tea drinker, I have developed the habit…

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