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Women who brought peace to Solomons

THIS week's People story is on Martha Horiwapu (pictured) who, as part of her work with Honiara archdiocese in the Solomon Islands, visits villages to reach out to displaced people and help in peace building...

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Aid to Lenten journey

IT seems as if a line has been drawn in the sand over Mel Gibson's film, The Passion of The Christ forcing people to choose the Way of the Cross of the suffering Jesus or a feel-good sanitised Jesus...

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Mothers with prayer power

THIS week's People story is on Rosina Montegrande, the co-ordinator for the Mothers Prayers group in Australia, where small groups of mothers pray for all children...

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Where are the young?

THE National Church Life Survey's findings of a 13 per cent drop in Massgoers from 1996 to 2001 points to the serious difficulty the Catholic Church has in attracting and keeping young people in the fold...

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Confrontation with Jesus

TO view The Passion of the Christ is to have a personal confrontation with Jesus - the Jesus of the Gospels in the Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary...

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