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Christmas ‘gospel’ of tolerance

THE recent significant reports by The Catholic Leader of the stem cell bill, the Anti-Discrimination Bill amendments and the Catholic schools principals' conference findings on the changing role of their schools in the ongoing life of the Church constitute a 'gospel' for Christmas in their own right that parallels the nativity stories of Matthew and Luke...

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Threats to family

THERE is every reason to fear that families are on the road to becoming an endangered species in Australian society...

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No comfort in Church ‘victory’

WHILST the Catholic education authorities may be relieved that they were able to retrieve some small freedoms from the secular humanists in the Queensland Government in the employment of staff, the Catholic Church in this state should take no comfort from this minimal success on a couple of accounts...

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An excellent choice

The choice of Capuchin Father Joseph Oudeman as an auxiliary bishop for Brisbane is one many in the archdiocese will welcome...

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Acceptable outcome for all

I WRITE to thank His Grace Archbishop John Bathersby; Bishop John Gerry; Alan Druery, executive officer of the Office of the Archbishop; and Joe McCorley, executive director of the Queensland Catholic Education Commission; for their co-operation during the past few weeks in dealing with my Government's need to change anti-discrimination laws making Queensland a better and even more accepting state...

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Real troublemakers

IT is interesting to hear that Rosies Youth Mission found this year's Schoolies Festival on the Gold Coast quieter than usual...

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