Penola still a hot spot, virus hits students

A week marked by deaths and sickness. Two retired priests, in Brisbane and Sydney, passed away, a viral epidemic laid low a quarter of the students at an Adelaide Catholic school, and police tried to stop the euthanasia of a 100-year-old man. On a brighter note, tourists are still flocking to the Mary MacKillop centre in Penola (pictured).

Gastro bug empties SA Catholic school (Adelaide Now)

Father Bob helps with disability ad campaign (B & T)

Police tried to stop 100-year-old's euthanasia (Brisbane Times)

Fr Basil Meaney dies in Brisbane (Catholic Leader)

Fr Fred Edwards, retired Goulburn area priest, dies (Canberra-Goulburn Diocese newsletter) 

Tourists still flocking to MacKillop centre in Penola (ABC) 

Former Atherton priest accused of abuse says he will not return (

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