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Fifteen Catholics from across Queensland named finalists for the Community Leader Awards

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FINALISTS for the 2017 Community Leader Awards have been announced with only three weeks to go until the much-anticipated Brisbane event takes place. Fifteen Catholics from Brisbane, the Sunshine Coast and north Queensland have been shortlisted for this year’s Community Leader Awards. Nominations for the awards came from all across Australia, with a growing number of nominations coming from New ... Read More »

Informed conscience key for last minute voters still deciding yes or no to same-sex marriage

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AS the same-sex marriage postal survey approaches a final deadline, Brisbane Archbishop Mark Coleridge said yet-to-decide Catholics should vote with a “well formed and informed” conscience. “That means knowing what the Church teaches on marriage and why, understanding the relationship between the Church’s view of marriage and the secular law, and sifting some of the very slippery language that has ... Read More »

Brisbane fertility experts helping couples find healthy alternatives to IVF

A LEADING Brisbane doctor is among a group of health care practitioners aiming to set up a new field of medicine dedicated to a restorative approach to solving infertility. Dr Luke McLindon, an obstetrician and gynaecologist from Brisbane’s Mater Hospital, is promoting restorative reproductive medicine as a holistic approach to helping couples restore fertility. “The big challenge over the last ... Read More »

Our Lady of Fatima honoured by several communities across Brisbane archdiocese

MASSES followed by candlelight processions marked festivities across Brisbane commemorating 100 years of Our Lady of Fatima’s final apparition at Fatima, Portugal. During a Friday night of devotion at Our Lady of Victories, Bowen Hills, Brisbane Archbishop Coleridge crowned the statue of Our Lady, and presided as children received first Holy Communion. On the following night, rain didn’t dampen the ... Read More »

Pastoral letter says voluntary assisted suicide will never be safe

RELIGIOUS leaders, politicians and doctors have rallied for a last-ditch campaign against Victoria’s proposed voluntary assisted dying bill expected to be introduced into parliament. Melbourne Archbishop Denis Hart, along with fellow Victorian Church leaders Ballarat Bishop Paul Bird, Sale Bishop Patrick O’Regan and Sandhurst Bishop Leslie Tomlinson, sent a pastoral letter to the Catholics of Victoria warning that voluntary assisted ... Read More »

Good Sams leadership to focus on people at the margins

THE newly-elected leader of the Good Samaritan Sisters has spoken out about the growing threat of conflict between the United States and North Korea. Sr Patty Fawkner, elected congregational leader for the next six years, has warned of “a potential disastrous conflict” and urged for prayer and “active peace-building” dialogue. “We observe with dismay the growing tensions between the United ... Read More »

Thousands of golden years celebrated at St Stephen’s Cathedral marriage Mass

  WEDDING day memories were revisited as almost 75 couples celebrated half-centuries of marriage at a Mass in St Stephen’s Cathedral, Brisbane, on October 8. The annual Mass recognised couples who were marking their golden wedding anniversaries this year. Denise and Des Walsh were among couples gathered with family and friends to thank God for the good times and the ... Read More »

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