The disciple interns will be sent out into their universities and youth groups to help their peers form deeper relationships with Jesus (Melbourne Catholic)

Melbourne Archdiocese has launched a new “Discipleship Internship” program for a small group of university students to grow in their faith and, in turn, encourage others to do the same. Source: Melbourne Catholic.

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Pope Francis greets the crowd during the Angelus address on Sunday (CNS/Vatican Media)

Christians must never engage in dialogue with the devil, but instead must fight against temptations with the same spiritual weapons Jesus used in the desert, Pope Francis said on Sunday. Source: NCR Online.

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The video can be viewed on the video streaming service The Well (Parramatta Diocese)

Parramatta Diocese has begun its Year of St Joseph celebrations with the release of a short, animated video reflection inspired by Pope Francis’ apostolic letter, Patris Corde. Source: Catholic Outlook.

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Notre Dame University

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A vial of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine at University Hospital in Coventry, England, December 2020 (CNS/Jacob King pool via Reuters)

Caritas Europa and the Commission of the Bishops’ Conferences of the EU (COMECE) have teamed up to call on European institutions to swiftly rollout COVID-19 vaccines and to ensure equity in accessing them. Source: Vatican News.

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Demonstrators protest against the military coup in Yangon on February 6 (CNS/Reuters)

Three weeks after a military coup ousted Myanmar’s government, the country’s bishops have urged leaders of all parties to strive for peace and reconciliation after two people died in protests over the weekend. Source: Crux.

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New principals attend the leadership workshop (MACS)

A principal induction program is helping Melbourne Catholic school leaders develop their leadership strengths, establish new professional networks and shape their capacity to lead with confidence. Source: The Educator Australia.

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Catholic Health Australia has welcomed an independent panel’s findings that hospitals and aged care facilities should not be forced into participating in euthanasia should it become law in Tasmania.

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Sr Liz Wiemers with members of the Santa Teresa community (Supplied)

Good Samaritan Sister Liz Wiemers has farewelled the Santa Teresa community in Central Australia after 12 years of ministry there. Source: The Good Oil.

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Catholic Social Services Australia said the small welfare payment rate rise was “a betrayal of trust” (Bigstock)

A $50 increase to the fortnightly Jobseeker payment and Youth Allowance will do nothing to lift Australians out of poverty and will perpetuate long-term disadvantage, Catholic Social Services Australia CEO Ursula Stephens said yesterday.

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The Church Community Restoration Project met with parliamentary leaders at Parliament House in Canberra yesterday (Wikimedia/jjron)

Catholic Social Services Australia is part of an alliance of Christian community organisations who have committed to playing their part in Australia’s recovery from COVID-19. Source: Eternity News.

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A University of Tasmania review of the state’s proposed euthanasia system has identified points that will need consideration if the scheme is passed into law. Source: The Mercury.

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The Divine Mercy painted by Eugeniusz Kazimirowski in 1934 (CNA/Wikimedia Commons)

Marking the 90th anniversary of the apparition of Jesus to St Faustina Kowalska, Pope Francis wrote a letter to Catholics in Poland expressing his hope that Christ’s message of divine mercy would remain “alive in the hearts of the faithful”. Source: Crux.

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Notre Dame University

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Pope Francis signed off on the 2021 budget last week (CNS/Paul Haring)

The effects of COVID-19 mean the Holy See is facing a $76.5 million budget shortfall this year, with the economic crisis caused by the pandemic leading to a steep drop in income. Source: The Tablet.

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Student interns will join the guest editorial team for the Spring edition of Australian Catholics (Jesuit Media)

Australian Catholics magazine has launched its media internship program for 2021, giving year 10 and 11 students across the country an exciting introduction to a career in the media. Source: Jesuit Communications.

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Jamila has been supported to learn new skills to take care of her family (Caritas Bangladesh/Inmanuel Chayan Biswas)

Each week during Lent, Caritas Australia’s Project Compassion campaign highlights the story of someone who has overcome incredible odds to become a leader in their community.

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Bishop Brian Mascord and a production team from the Wollongong Diocese film Mass for You at Home (Wollongong Diocese)

Wollongong Diocese is the new producer of Mass for You at Home, beaming Mass into living rooms across the country each week from Easter Sunday.

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Melissa and Carmel Robinson in their news Seton Villa home (Supplied)

Two new purpose-built homes designed for women with intellectual disabilities will today be officially opened in Sydney’s Ryde area by Seton Villa, a work of the Daughters of Charity of St Vincent de Paul.

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Fr Pedro Opeka with children from Madagascar

It might be 10,000km from the Madagascan capital of Antananarivo, but one Sydney community has a special connection to its "saint of the slums", Fr Pedro Opeka. Source: The Catholic Weekly.

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