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Queensland nurses have reported they are afraid of the potential consequences and moral dilemma of administering lethal drugs to patients. Source: The Courier-Mail.

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Archbishop Jose Gomez (CNS/Tyler Orsburn)

Leading United States bishops have decried a rise in anti-Semitic incidents in the United States and called for prayers. Source: CNA.

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For the past eight years, students at St Patrick’s School in the Queensland outback town of Mitchell have been taught the local Aboriginal language in a bid save it from extinction. Source: ABC News.

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The Sacred Heart Church in Kayanthayar, Myanmar, was attacked by the military (Vatican News)

Cardinal Charles Bo of Yangon has pleaded for an end to violence in Myanmar after a deadly mortar attack claimed the lives of four people sheltering in a church. Source: Crux.

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Bishop Vincent Long OFM Conv receiving the COVID-19 vaccine (Supplied)

Parramatta Bishop Vincent Long OFM Conv. was among religious leaders who received a COVID-19 vaccine yesterday at the new mass vaccination centre at Sydney Olympic Park in Homebush. Source: Catholic Outlook.

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Sheree Limbrick (ACSL)

Former Australian Catholic Safeguarding Ltd chief executive officer Sheree Limbrick says the Church requires constant vigilance to ensure the ongoing protection and safety of children. Source: The Catholic Leader.

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The Mass of Thanksgiving for the expanded Maronite eparchy at Our Lady of Lebanon Co-Cathedral, Harris Park on Tuesday (Maronite Eparchy)

Archbishop Antoine-Charbel Tarabay says mission and charitable works will be needed to reconnect Maronites in the expanded Maronite Eparchy of Australia, New Zealand and Oceania.

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Pope Francis  during his general audience at the Vatican yesterday (CNS/Paul Haring)

Prayer is not a magic wand or a way to ask God to be at one’s service. It is instead a humble dialogue with God to grow spiritually and discover his will for the world, Pope Francis said yesterday. Source: CNS.

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Participants vote during the second session of the Maitland-Newcastle Diocesan Synod (MNnewsToday)

Maitland-Newcastle Diocese has hosted its second diocesan synod session, with more than 300 commissioned synod members, participants and interested people having their say on matters concerning the diocese’s future. Source: MNnews.Today.

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Indigenous and non-Indigenous young people pray over one another during the Missa Terra Sancti Spiritu at the Australian Catholic Youth Festival in (Parramatta Diocese/Mary Brazell)

As the country marks National Sorry Day and National Reconciliation Week, Australia is still trying to find a right and just place for Indigenous Australians in society, writes Fr Andrew Hamilton SJ. Source: Catholic Outlook.

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0526syri Internally displaced Syrian girls play together at Teh camp in northern Idlib Syria May 5 CNS Khalil Ashawi Reuters

The Syriac Catholic patriarch said the situation in Syria “continues to be humanly unbearable and devastating” and risks emptying the war-torn country of its Christian community for good. Source: NCR Online.

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Pope Francis delivers the Laudato Si’ video message (CNA/Screenshot)

Pope Francis yesterday launched the Vatican’s seven-year Laudato Si’ action plan to implement environmental sustainability in different sectors of the Church from religious orders to Catholic schools and hospitals. Source: CNA.

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Cardinal Charles Bo has asked for the faithful to pray for China this week (CNS photo/Damir Sagolj, Reuters)

Days before the week of prayer for Catholics in China began Sunday, a bishop and several priests and seminarians were arrested for holding services without the permission of the country’s Communist authorities. Source: Crux.

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Rescue workers at the crash site near Lake Maggiore, Italy, on Sunday (CNS/Alpine Rescue Service via Reuters)

Pope Francis has expressed his condolences for the deaths of 14 people after a cable car crashed in the northern Italian region of Piedmont. Source: Vatican News.

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The free webinar is the first in a series of three (ACU)

Australian Catholic University and the Anti-Slavery Taskforce are joining together to run a series of webinars to examine issues about modern slavery.

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Pro-life protesters outside Queensland Parliament yesterday (The Catholic Leader)

Pro-life advocates waved placards outside Queensland Parliament yesterday as Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk prepared to introduce a bill to legalise euthanasia. Source: The Catholic Leader.

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The cost of burials is likely to rise by as much as $9000 under a radical New South Wales Government plan to disband the state’s largest faith-based cemetery operators. Source: The Catholic Weekly.

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British religious affairs journalist Christopher Lamb has delivered the Australian Marist Association’s annual Marian lecture on the theme, “The Post-Covid Church – Crisis or Opportunity?”

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