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‘The love of a same-sex union is valuable’ but not marriage, Archbishop Coleridge says

Archbishop Mark Coleridge

BRISBANE Archbishop Mark Coleridge has spoken out in favour of traditional marriage, addressed the use of “slippery language” in the same-sex marriage debate, and says Catholics will make up their own minds how they vote in the national postal survey. Archbishop Coleridge used an ABC TV interview to reinforce his recent pastoral letter in which he explained why he would ... Read More »

Fierce backlash from Hervey Bay and Bundaberg over cashless card benefit plan

THE plan to rollout cashless welfare cards to thousands of residents on the dole in Hervey Bay-Bundaberg has sparked a fierce backlash from opponents claiming the cards will cause social segregation, stigmatise job seekers and entrench poverty. “The people of the Hinkler region (Hervey Bay-Bundaberg) are feeling threatened, scared and worried for their financial futures and inclusion in our communities,” ... Read More »

Alice’s missionary heart is following the example of her father and the saints

By Selina Venier ALICE Grogan jumps at the chance to be the hands and feet of Jesus Christ. The Youth Adults’ Ministry (YAM) core leadership team member of St Stephen’s Cathedral, Brisbane, was first inspired by her lay missionary father and later, the example of Mother Teresa. “I was inspired by (St) Mother Teresa (of Kolkata) to try and do ... Read More »

Prodigal uncle returns home to the Church for the nephews

ONLY the curious minds of three young boys could bring Rob Pavey into a Catholic Church every Sunday. The 45-year-old loss adjuster originally from Townsville has his three nephews to thank for his recent return to the Church. Despite being a faith-filled student at Ignatius Park College, by the time Rob reached his 20s he had stopped going to Mass ... Read More »

Nanango’s Little Cathedral in the Bush turning 100

By Michael Crutcher THIS weekend, the Nanango Catholic community will mark 100 years to the minute when the foundation stone was laid for their “little cathedral in the bush”. It was a wet, spring afternoon on September 23, 1917 when the stone for the Fr James Bergin Memorial Church was blessed and laid. The blessing was supposed to happen in ... Read More »

From love to life – the wonder of marriage

marriage

Every little thing she does is magic My gift is my song, and this one’s for you Have I told you lately that I love you Eight days a week I love you You say it best when you say nothing at all I just called to say I love you.   A QUICK glance over some of the most ... Read More »

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