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Queensland’s body for men and women religious reaches end of an era

MEN and women religious in Queensland are embracing a new body to represent their orders, congregations and institutes following the closure of Catholic Religious Australia Queensland. More than 150 religious priests, sisters and brothers who have ministered in Queensland marked the official closure of CRAqld on June 6. The Ritual of Closure marked the end of nearly 55 years of ... Read More »

Single mother’s hospital parking pain eased following government promises

Lisa Jackson

HOSPITAL trips are becoming less of a financial nightmare for a Catholic single mother-of-three who until mid-last year was paying more than $380 a month in parking fees. Stafford parishioner of 45 years Lisa Jackson welcomed a victory for the community after the Queensland Government last year promised to invest up to $7.5 million over four years to make an ... Read More »

Myanmar cardinal praises Australia’s generosity in helping return ‘dignity to our poor youth’

Cardinal Bo

CARDINAL Charles Bo, the Archbishop of Yangon, has praised Australian efforts to support quality teaching and build schools, during an Australian tour arranged by Catholic Mission, whose major Church Appeal in 2018 is raising funds for innovative education programs in his native Myanmar. “The education system has been destroyed over six decades, and so we are trying to keep rebuilding ... Read More »

Young film crew highlights the importance of going to school

Young film crew from Gordonvale Catholic school

MISS a few days of school at St Michael’s, Gordonvale, and you might find yourself disappearing into thin air. That’s the premise behind a winning video by a group of primary aged students who creatively interpreted the effect of staying in school.  St Michael’s Film Club, headed by first year teacher Joshua Bowling, took first place in the Cairns Catholic ... Read More »

People with a mental illness turn to their patron saint for prayers

Members of Catholic Psychiatric Pastoral Care

THE daughter of an Irish pagan king and a beautiful Catholic mother has become the lifeline and friend to a group of Catholics from Brisbane who live with a mental illness. Members of Brisbane-based ministry Catholic Psychiatric Pastoral Care, which offers spiritual support and companionship to people with a mental illness, have developed a deep love and devotion to St ... Read More »

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