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  Serving a Wounded World in Interreligious Solidarity

Sep 02, 2020
Its purpose is to encourage churches and Christian organisations to reflect on the importance of interreligious solidarity in a world wounded by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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  Free resources to celebrate the Season of Creation 2020

Aug 25, 2020
Every year, Christians of all denominations join in prayer and action for our common home and celebrate the Season of Creation starting on 1 September, the Day of Prayer for Creation and ending on 4 October, the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi.
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  Temporary Migration Inquiry

Aug 23, 2020
Columbans contributed to the writing of the ACRATH’s submission to the Senate Select Committee on Temporary Migration.
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  Scripture and papal leadership inspire retreat

Aug 21, 2020
Catholics in Australia are being encouraged to participate in a first-of-its-kind week-long retreat in preparation for the ecumenical celebration of the World Day of Prayer for Creation on September 1
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  "Jubilee for the Earth" - A Columban podcast mini-series

Aug 17, 2020
Join Columban missionaries from around the world for a podcast mini-series about the beauty of biodiversity and the threats it faces.
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  Columban Message on 75th anniversary of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

Aug 05, 2020
Our understanding of Christian Discipleship leads us to condemn in strongest terms defence policies that every day make life more insecure.
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  Broken Bay Institute appreciates contributions of late Columban Fr Noel Connolly

Jul 15, 2020
His presence was highly valued by staff and academics alike. Noel brought a wealth of experience, a full bag of stories and anecdotes, and a way of bringing laughter to the group.
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  Serving migrants in South Korea

Jun 29, 2020
In the beginning, before Covid19, I was visiting people that came from Vietnam and helping the pregnant Vietnamese women to get medical attention along with a Korean nun. It was a special moment when these two beautiful and angelic-looking babies were born.
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  Refugee Week 14-20 June 2020

Jun 18, 2020
Refugee Week is Australia’s peak annual activity to raise awareness about the issues affecting refugees and celebrate the positive contributions made by refugees to Australian society.
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  Pentecost - A Church guided by the same Spirit then and now.

May 31, 2020
In the light of these initiatives of God, we can be confident that God will guide the Church and point the way forward in changing times and circumstances like today. The way will not necessarily be easy, Jesus said that his followers would have to carry their crosses and history shows how true this…
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  Pope Francis announces a special Year to reflect on Laudato Si'

May 25, 2020
Pope Francis announced a special Year to reflect on the Encyclical, from 24 May this year until May 24 next year and invited all people of goodwill to join, to take care of our common home and our most fragile brothers and sisters.
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  Celebrate 2020 Laudato Si’ Week with Columbans

May 18, 2020
In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic limitations, Columbans are organising and joining in Laudato Si’ Week webinars in places like Chile, Fiji, Mexico, Myanmar, Peru, Philippines, and the USA.
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  Christians and Muslims: Protecting Together the Places of Worship

May 04, 2020
This year’s message for the month of Ramadan and ‘Id al-Fitr by the Pontifical Council For Interreligious Dialogue reflects on the theme of respect to and protection of places of worship.
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  Threads Of Hope - Remembering the workers of Rana Plaza

Apr 24, 2020
On 24 April 2013, an eight-story commercial building called Rana Plaza collapsed near the capital, Dhaka in Bangladesh, killing 1,134 people and injuring approximately 2500. The victims were all mainly garment workers.
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  An alternative vision for social structure post COVID-19

Apr 20, 2020
COVID-19 has exposed structural social and economic weakness. A common good framework would have rejected policies fostering job insecurity in the ‘gig economy’ as a modern form of slavery
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  Easter Sunday is ‘full of holes’

Apr 12, 2020
We have a difficulty when we know from the Lord himself that his forgiveness of us is connected to our forgiveness of others. This is a real battleground for people. Yet through these ongoing struggles, our relationship with our lovely God can deepen until goodness blossoms for us and in us.
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  Slavery-Free Easter

Apr 12, 2020
Almost half of all 152 million children victims of child labour are aged 5-11 years, according to a 2017 report by the International Labour Organisation. And a great many of these children are in the cocoa industry, picking the cocoa beans used to produce chocolate.
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  The Upper Room - A Holy Week and Easter Reflection

Apr 11, 2020
During Holy Week, though we cannot go out to church, whenever we eat and drink, we can ask Jesus to transform our dining room into the Upper Room through the gift of his presence. During the Easter season, whenever we feel anxiety and fear, we can invite the risen Christ to transform our Upper Room into…
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  Good Friday is a human holy time

Apr 09, 2020
The sight of these kneeling people kneeling in prayer is powerful, who knows what their memories and prayers are about?
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  Holy See and Australian Bishops respond to acquittal of Cardinal Pell

Apr 08, 2020
The Holy See and Australia’s bishops have welcomed the High Court’s decision to quash Cardinal George Pell's convictions, while also acknowledging the suffering of abuse victims.
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Columban Christmas Appeal 2020

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