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Quiet Faith of a Public Leader

This week's People story is on the Archbishop of Canberra and Goulburn, Frank Carroll (pictured), who grew up in a small rural community, never dreaming of holding such a prominent position within the Australian Church...

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Pilgrimage Film Premiere

FOR all those eager World Youth Day pilgrims or anyone curious about last year's great youth event, the time has come to relive or sample the experience...

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Kids Need to be Taught Faith

I WOULD agree with Mr Mullins of Albany Creek (CL 18/3/01), there are many confused parents in our parish communities wondering where they fit into the Catholic world...

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Guns in School

ALMOST every few weeks, there are fresh reports that another child has been injured or killed as a result of a schoolyard shooting in the United States...

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African Nuns Abused

VATICAN CITY (CNS): The Vatican has acknowledged the problem of sexual abuse of nuns by priests in some missionary territories and said it was working with bishops and religious orders to correct it...

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Pope John’s Face Preserved

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Church officials who opened the casket of Pope John XXIII found his face well preserved nearly 38 years after his death, but the Vatican downplayed talk of a miracle...

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Apology to Child Migrants

TWO peak Church bodies have apologised formally to the men and women who suffered after they were brought as child migrants to Catholic institutions in Australia...

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MEN OF HONOUR

I WAS never moved by Bryce Courtney's The Power of One because the many dreadful things that happen to the hero seem so contrived - it's all too much...

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