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Easter penance

WHEN was the last time you went to confession?In the lives of many Catholics today, the Sacrament of Penance is not frequented very often...

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Stemming secular tide

IN his address to Australia's bishops on their ad limina visit to Rome, the Pope rightly identified the rising secular tide as a problem requiring urgent attention...

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Long road to premiere of an Easter cantata

THIS week's People story is on Welsh migrant Eithne Shrimpton (pictured), whose world premiere of her Easter cantata, Daughters of Jerusalem, will be performed at Redcliffe, north of Brisbane, on Palm Sunday...

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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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