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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

    TJHC winds up with recommendation Catholic Church puts in place high level Royal Commission implementation group

    The Catholic Church’s Truth Justice and Healing Council will conclude its work on Monday 30 April after more than five years coordinating the Church’s response to the child sexual abuse Royal Commission. Mr Francis Sullivan, CEO of the TJHC, today thanked the thousands of people who had contributed to the work of the Council and…

  • 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

    Pope Francis issues new Exhortation in Rome

    Pope Francis has produced his third Apostolic Exhortation in five years. The Exhortation, entitled Gaudete Et Exsultate (Rejoice and Be Glad), was released at 12 noon in Rome on Monday 9 April and can be accessed in full as a PDF here: APOSTOLIC EXHORTATION A Papal Exhortation is one of an array of communication methods…

  • 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…

  • Mar 2018 '18

    Pope Francis backs decision to hold Plenary Council in Australia

    Pope Francis has given his approval for the Catholic Church to hold the first Plenary Council – the most significant national gathering that can be held – in Australia in more than 80 years. “The Australian Bishops are deeply grateful to Pope Francis for affirming the decision and we ask all people to join in…

  • Mar 2018 '18

    International Women’s Day Morning Tea in Brisbane Archdiocese raises funds for “Share the Dignity” organisation

    The Archdiocese of Brisbane celebrated International Women’s Day with a morning tea for 75 employees raising funds for the “Share the Dignity” organisation. There was an exploration of this year’s theme ‘Leave No Woman Behind’, in response to alarming research statistics surrounding female mortality. Women and girls were found to be 14 times more likely…

  • Feb 2018 '18

    An important announcement from the Archdiocese of Brisbane

    In 2016, the Archdiocese received a number of complaints concerning Fr Ezinwanne Igbo. In one of those complaints, he was alleged to have committed a canonical offence which resulted in automatic excommunication. This was not an offence under the Queensland Criminal Code. An investigative process was authorised by the Holy See and conducted by senior…

  • Dec 2017 '17

    Rapid growth fuels need for new Catholic parish

    The rapidly growing North Lakes and Mango Hill area has become a Catholic parish in its own right. The new parish has been named St Benedict’s. Catholic Archdiocese of Brisbane head, Archbishop Mark Coleridge, officially established the new parish at a Mass at Mango Hill on Sunday December 3. The former priest-in-charge, Fr Bryan Roe,…

  • Nov 2017 '17

    Independent audit finds archdiocese complying with safeguarding policy

    An independent audit into safeguards for children and vulnerable adults within the Catholic Archdiocese of Brisbane has found its parishes to be complying with policy. Archbishop Mark Coleridge has released the second annual external audit of the policy, carried out in parishes within the Archdiocese which extends from the NSW border, north to Hervey Bay…

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