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The Pope’s message of mercy is eluding our leaders

IN Italy, about 5700 people were pulled to safety last weekend as they attempted the perilous journey across the Mediterranean Sea.  On the same weekend, Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull announced proposed tough legislation banning any person arriving in Australia by boat from mid-July 2013, from ever entering the country. From one side of the world to the other, the ... Read More »

No abortions: Pro-life groups have their say at public hearing

pregnant mum

CHERISH Life Queensland has told a public hearing that abortion is not liberation, it is coercive deception. Abortion “is abandonment of our women at a most vulnerable time in their lives”, Cherish Life’s research director Kara Thomas told the Queensland Parliament Health Committee inquiring into a second abortion bill proposed by Member for Cairns Rob Pyne. “It harms women because ... Read More »

Catholic cemetery manager welcomes new instructions on cremation

columbarium

NEW instructions on the cremation of Catholics outlining an end to scattering ashes or keeping them in domestic residences are “not new information” to a Brisbane cemetery manager. David Molloy has been the manager of Nudgee Cemetery since 2003, 40 years after the Holy See approved cremation as an option for conserving the remains of the dead. He said as ... Read More »

Brisbane mum Donna Power has committed to feeding Malawi kindergarteners for life

Donna Power and daughter Cara

KINDERGARTENERS in Malawi have been cheating death since a Brisbane mum made a personal commitment to feed them for the rest of her life. Donna Power has been sending donations to feed children in seven Malawi kindergarten centres run by the Canossian Daughters of Charity since 2011. The mother-of-one started a grassroots venture to support kindergarten children in the impoverished country after a ... Read More »

Social worker says Queensland’s new domestic violence laws are a ‘positive’ step towards stronger families

domestic violence

ALLOWING community agencies to share information about domestic violence cases is a positive step in protecting more women and children from abusive homes, a Brisbane social worker said. Good Samaritan Housing community co-ordinator Joanne Davies said the recent changes to Queensland legislation on domestic violence allowing specialist agencies to share information was a positive change. Ms Davies also commended the ... Read More »

The worldwide outreach helping same-sex attracted people find the Courage to be chaste

Fr Phillip Bochanski

SAME-sex attracted Americans rejoiced the day the United States Supreme Court legalised gay marriage. Well, not all of them. Some, according to Fr Phillip Bochanski, the executive director of an international Catholic ministry for same-sex attracted people, were, and are, looking for chastity. As a chaplain for Courage, Fr Bochanski has journeyed with same-sex attracted men and women for seven ... Read More »

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