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Church’s hand of compassion

While there has been considerable criticism of the Catholic Church for the way it has treated people of other faiths in the past, it should not be forgotten that the Church also has a long history of compassion for non-Christians...

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Where are the prophets?

In our society in which we are strongly educated in modern individualism, what we may need is prophets which can make us discover the collective responsibility...

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Let’s face the truth

IT is easy to point the finger at others when they are in the wrong, but it is even more important to be able to accept criticism of oneself...

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Basic justice ignored

CONCERNING the letter of NT Chief Minister Denis Burke (CL 19/3/00) the minister lists the offences of the youth convicted...

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Forging school partnerships

In this week's "People" story , former school teacher Paul Dickie tells how he is settling in to the demanding role of executive director of the Queensland Parents and Friends' Federation, where he takes responsibility for forging a stronger partnership between parents and teachers in the education process...

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Stage career in God’s hands

In this week's "People" story , versatile singer and cancer survivor Anthony Warlow (pictured) tells how he stared mortality in the face eight years ago and, in the process, gained new insights into his singing career, family life, and his faith...

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