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Woolworths has identified 332 Australian fruit and vegetable suppliers within its supply chain where workers are at risk of slave-like conditions, as part of its first-ever review under new modern slavery laws. Source: ABC News.

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Flowers are seen on a mass grave of people killed during and after the 1936-1939 Spanish Civil War in Ronda, Spain (CNS/Jon Nazca, Reuters)

Pope Francis has advanced the sainthood causes of 127 Spanish martyrs, three Italian religious women, an Italian archbishop and three priests. Source: Crux.

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The Gospel of John is one of the books of the Bible that has been translated into Auslan (Eternity News)

When the history of Auslan Bible translations is written, 2020 will be marked as a truly significant year. And it’s not because of COVID-19. Source: Eternity News.

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The report will be a springboard for ACN supporters to advocate for the release of those unjustly detained (ACN)

The plight of Christians who are kidnapped or unjustly jailed is the focus of a new report produced by Aid to the Church in Need.

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Pope Francis delivers his weekly general audience yesterday (CNA/Vatican Media)

Catholics risk going astray if they neglect the four essential characteristics of Church life, Pope Francis said at his general audience yesterday. Source: CNA.

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Pip McIlroy (Melbourne Catholic/Fiona Basile)

St Catherine of Siena’s phrase “Be who God meant you to be and you will set the world on fire” resonates strongly with St Vincent’s Health’s Pip McIlroy as she strives to live a “whole-hearted life”. Source: Melbourne Catholic.

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A young woman wearing a World Youth Day 2023 t-shirt reads during Pope Francis’ celebration of Mass in St Peter’s Basilica at the Vatican on Sunday (CNS/Stefano Dal Pozzolo, pool)

The decision to move the local celebrations of World Youth Day from Palm Sunday to the feast of Christ the King addresses the pastoral needs of local churches, a Vatican official said. Source: CNS.

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Kevin Donahoe (left), Fr Josh Whitehead and Jacinta Elks (The Catholic Leader)

When Sunshine Coast siblings Jacinta Elks and Kevin Donahoe were tapped on the shoulder by a priest to be part of something new in their parish, it was just what they’d been looking for. Source: The Catholic Leader.

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Cassandra Goldie (ACOSS)

Welfare groups have warned a Senate committee that the Morrison Government’s plans to cut the level of some welfare supports from January next year are “cruel and damaging”. Source: SBS News.

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ACRATH will highlight trafficking, slavery and forced marriage during the 16 Days of Activism campaign (UN)

ACRATH – Australian Catholic Religious Against Trafficking in Humans – is encouraging all Australians to join the United Nations’ “16 Days of Activism” against gender-based violence, which starts today.

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Pope Francis’ new book will be released on December 1 (Vatican Media)

China criticised Pope Francis yesterday over a passage in his new book in which he mentions suffering by China’s Uighur Muslim minority group. Source: Crux.

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Queensland has already ended protections for renters, while moratoriums in other states will end early next year (Bigstock)

Hundreds of thousands of renters could face eviction when moratoriums end around Australia, an advocacy group’s new report says. Source: The Guardian.

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Notre Dame University

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The website has been launched ahead of the centenary of Eileen O

Sydney Archdiocese has launched a new website and social media platforms aimed at promoting the pathway to sainthood for Eileen O’Connor, the co-founder of Our Lady’s Nurses for the Poor.

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Chris Ellison (UNDA)

Chris Ellison has been reappointed chancellor of The University of Notre Dame Australia for a second term, with his new three-year tenure commencing in January 2021.

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Pilgrims rest outside the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Mexico City on December 11 2018, the eve of the Guadalupe feast day (CNS/Carlos Jasso, Reuters)

The Church in Mexico has cancelled what is considered the world’s largest Catholic pilgrimage, for the Virgin of Guadalupe, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Source: The Age.

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First-time Edmund Rice Camps volunteer Bonnie Ranger is immersed in the experience of a family camp (The Catholic Leader)

Edmund Rice Camps Queensland emerged from a COVID-enforced six-month break with a special treat for six families that achieved “amazing outcomes”. Source: The Catholic Leader.

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Steering committee members at the launch of Pilgrims 100 (The Southern Cross)

A mobile medical and food program and the education of high school children in Timor-Leste will receive a substantial financial boost thanks to a new project officially launched in Adelaide last month. Source: The Southern Cross.

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Julie Edwards (Jesuit Social Services)

Jesuit Social Services says the Victorian Government’s 2020/21 Budget provides unprecedented funding to vital social services and supports to help Victorians navigate the COVID-19 crisis and beyond.

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