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  Columban Missionaries on the opening of COP 24 Poland

Dec 04, 2018
Columbans worldwide see intimately the devastating impacts of climate change on people and the earth and commit to the protection of biodiversity as integral to our missionary vocation of caring for all of God’s creation.
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  Art Guide - December 2018

Dec 03, 2018
The Adoration of the Shepherds, (oil on canvas, c.1650) by Murillo, Bartolome Esteban (1618-82)
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  Columban Trip to China 2018 - Report

Dec 03, 2018
For twelve days twenty-three pilgrims entered into the world where Bishop Galvin and his young priests began the Mission of St Columban 100 years ago.
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  A new Columban Century and a new Columban priest in Fiji

Nov 28, 2018
The new Columban century brought us a new Columban priest in Fiji. Deacon Martin Koroiciri was ordained priest at the Suva Cathedral by Archbishop Chong on the vigil of St Columban’s day, 2018.
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  ACRATH 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence Campaign 2018

Nov 26, 2018
Human trafficking is an extreme form of violence against women and girls. Join us for the 16 days of action and reflection against gender-based violence from 25 November, International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, to 10 December
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  A Place to Call Home: 'Social Justice Sunday' Statement

Sep 30, 2018
The Australian Catholic Bishops' Social Justice Statement "A Place to Call Home", confronts Australia's growing homelessness and housing insecurity, affirms that secure housing is a human right and a public good, and draws inspiration from Jesus.
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  Youth PoWR 2018

Sep 25, 2018
Over 200 youth attended this year's Youth PoWR (Parliament of the World’s Religions) held in Sydney Olympic Park representing eight religious faiths.
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  Will the Bishops listen, will anything change?

Sep 21, 2018
Criticising bishops is a Catholic sport. It doesn’t require entrance fees or any special equipment. We have been enjoying it for decades.
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  Pillars of Peace -The Abraham Conference 2018

Sep 14, 2018
The 2018 Abraham Conference was held at Western Sydney University, Parramatta on Sunday 5th August. The theme was “Pillars of Peace: Jews, Christians and Muslims Working Together”.
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  Never again: Catholic leaders respond to royal commission

Sep 05, 2018
Catholic leaders have accepted 98 per cent of the recommendations of the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse and vowed the Church’s shameful history will never be repeated.
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  CRA Media Statement - Pacific Islands Forum

Sep 04, 2018
As the largest and wealthiest member of this Forum it is of the utmost importance that Australia is a committed and engaged Pacific partner.
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  National Migrant and Refugee Sunday

Aug 24, 2018
On Sunday August 26th, we celebrate National Migrant and Refugee Sunday.
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  Catholic Religious Australia applauds and champions multiculturalism

Aug 21, 2018
Catholic Religious Australia is concerned about increasing incidences of racism in our nation. On August 14th this phenomenon was brought to a new level by means of an important Parliamentary process...
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  Reflection - Mary MacKillop - Advocate for the poor

Aug 08, 2018
On the Feast day of St. Mary of the Cross MacKillop, Australia’s first Saint, her mission to the poor is very much alive in our world.
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  Dumping of nuclear waste in remote communities in Australia

Aug 03, 2018
Catholic Religious Australia (CRA) has released a media statement about the situation of the dumping of nuclear waste in remote communities in Australia.
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  Australia’s aid program in terms of strategic and development goals

Jul 24, 2018
Inquiry into the strategic effectiveness and outcomes of Australia’s aid program in the Indo-Pacific and its role in supporting Australia’s regional interests.
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  Columbans celebrate 100 years of 'deep & earthy spirituality'

Jul 17, 2018
A “deep and earthy spirituality” of inclusiveness and hospitality marks the Missionary Society of St Columban, said Bishop Terry Brady at a Mass to celebrate the centenary of the Columbans.
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  National appeal supports ministry to seafarers

Jul 08, 2018
On July 8, the Catholic Church will celebrate the work of those men and women who work on the seas and those who minister to seafarers.
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  Mission today and tomorrow 100 years of the Columbans

Jul 02, 2018
As part of the celebration of its centenary, the Columban Mission held a lecture program on June 20 at the Cardinal Knox Lecture Theatre in Melbourne.
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  Our Lady Help of Christians Feast Day - Why Mary is our patron?

May 24, 2018
The infant Church in Australia had a special reason for turning to Mary. In those early and mostly priestless days, it was largely the Rosary that kept the faith alive. Catholic Australia remained faithful to Mary...
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