Catholic education in the Broken Bay Diocese has a new name and a new logo to match, with Bishop Anthony Randazzo launching the new branding for Catholic Schools Broken Bay. Source: Broken Bay News.
Pope Francis attended at an interreligious prayer service near Rome’s city hall yesterday wearing a mask, his first extensive use of a mask during a public event. Source: NCR Online.
The financial crimes regulator has passed information to police about allegations of money being transferred from the Vatican in relation to the trial of Cardinal George Pell. Source: ABC News.
Religious leaders gathered at a memorial to slain French priest Fr Jacques Hamel on Sunday, following the beheading of a Paris schoolteacher in an Islamist terror attack. Source: CNA.
A new app offers an extraordinary insight into the life and journey of Mary Ward, the Englishwoman who founded the religious congregation of women now known as the Congregation of Jesus and the Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Loreto).
A new Holocaust museum located in an historic Church-owned house in Adelaide has been given a $2.5 million boost from the Morrison Government to expand its exhibitions and education program. Source: The Southern Cross.
The federal budget missed an opportunity to do something radical to reduce global poverty, writes Kirsty Robertson. Source: Eureka Street.
The latest charities commission annual report has been released, unveiling how the commission supported charities through a year of turbulent challenges. Source: Pro Bono News.
Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has denied picking a fight with the churches on the contentious issue of euthanasia during the state election campaign. Source: The Australian.
Just like falling off the monkey bars, it can be very tempting to let go when things seem too difficult. But Jesus calls us to be people of hope during trying times, writes Dave Jorna. Source: The Bridge.
The provincial of the Divine Word Missionaries AUS Province, which covers Australia, New Zealand, Thailand and Myanmar, says there’s never been a more exciting time to be engaged in mission. Source: In the Word.
Demonstrators set fire to two Catholic churches in Chile, where gatherings to mark the one-year anniversary of mass protests against inequality descended into chaos. Source: CNS.
Western Australia’s inaugural Quality Catholic Education Awards have celebrated innovation, care and community spirit in the state’s Catholic schools.
With more and more satellites orbiting the Earth, measures need to be taken to prevent collisions in outer space that give rise to dangerous “space debris,” a Holy See representative has warned the United Nations. Source: CNA.
Church groups in Brisbane are scrambling to support more than 100 refugees and asylum-seekers released into the community in recent weeks. Source: The Catholic Leader.
The Andrews Government is under pressure to explain why regional Victorians can gather in pubs and restaurants but not in places of worship. Source: Herald Sun.
Queensland LNP leader Deb Frecklington has refused to say whether she personally supports euthanasia but says no one should have to die in pain. Source: The Australian.
Pope Francis has appointed two Adelaide parishioners, Bill Griffiths and Greg Crafter, as Knights of the Order of St Gregory the Great – one of the Church's highest honours. Source: The Southern Cross.