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The memories of Rosewood

Brisbane priest FR BILL O'SHEA, who grew up in Rosewood, south-west of Brisbane, was guest speaker at a social and supper held in the town on February 6 as part of the centenary celebrations of St Brigid's Church, Rosewood. This is an edited version of his speech

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Mosul klling spree continues

IRAQ, Mosul (ACN): The Archbishop of Mosul has warned that a campaign of violence and intimidation threatens to wipe out the city's last remaining Christians.

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US needs to see religion’s role

WASHINGTON (CNS): If the United States is to engage the world in a more effective and meaningful way, it must broaden its view of the role of religion in other countries beyond terrorism and counter-terrorism strategies, a new report concluded.

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The heart that pumps water

Columban Father Paul Finlayson is committed to opposing mining in the part of the Philippines where he lives and works, for the good of the environment and the people he serves. PAT McCARTHY spoke to him about his reasons

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Witness to joy key to vocations

VATICAN CITY (CNS): The witness of a life lived joyfully and prayerfully is the key to attracting new vocations to the priesthood and religious life, Pope Benedict XVI said.

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Care for the sick ‘invaluable’

VATICAN CITY (CNS): The pastoral care of the sick and infirm is a priceless gift the church offers to those who suffer, to their families and to the world, Pope Benedict XVI said.

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Experiencing life in Cambodia

After an invitation from the Catholic Agency for International Aid and Development, Caritas Australia, a group of Queensland educators along with Caritas representatives travelled to Cambodia last November for 10 days to see the work of Caritas first hand. QCEC executive officer for communications Gerard Delaney reports

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Religious orders in ‘crisis’

VATICAN CITY (CNS): A top Vatican official said religious orders are in a "crisis" caused in part by the adoption of a secularist mentality and the abandonment of traditional practices.

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Pontiff calls for justice

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Conversion to Christ gives people the strength to break the bonds of selfishness and work for justice in the world, Pope Benedict XVI said in his message for Lent 2010.

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