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Man with a passion

THIS week's People profile is on Ciaron O'Reilly (pictured), a Catholic activist who has a passion for reconciliation...

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Pilgrim’s Pentecost

AS Christians around Australia gather in churches to celebrate the feast of Pentecost on Sunday, June 11, a contingent of about 25 Church leaders and young people will combine for a service of reconciliation at Uluru with the area¹s Mutitjulu people...

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On an ecumenical journey

In this week's People profile, pilot Kevin Shorthouse and his wife Gail tell how they are planning to return to missionary work in Papua New Guinea while marrying it with Kevin's passion for flying by reopening the Vanimo diocesan air service...

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Reconciliation walk just a beginning

THE huge number of people who turned out last weekend to walk across the Sydney Harbour Bridge shows that Australians have overwhelmingly embraced the cause of indigenous reconciliation...

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Constitutional racism

THE Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation's "Roadmap for Reconciliation", a document which names racial discrimination as part of our Commonwealth's "unfinished business", recommends the removal of Section 25 from the Australian Constitution...

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On an ecumenical journey

THIS week's People story in the printed version of The Catholic Leader is about Br Ghislain of Taize, the ecumenical community in France which is renowned for its meditational and monastic lifestyle...

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Fireworks death a salutory lesson

THE tragic way 11 year-old Dominique Baxendell's life was extinguished at Holy Spirit School, Bray Park on the night of Saturday, May 20, is the reason the sale of fireworks to the general public was banned many years ago...

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Bringing experience and maturity to priesthood

In this week's People profile, ex-former federal minister, ALP senator and ambassador-turned-priest Michael Tate talks about his unusual move from the secular world of politics to the more spiritual realm of the priesthood, following his ordination in Hobart earlier this month...

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