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End religious violence plea

VATICAN CITY (CNS): The Indonesian Government must act to end violent clashes between members of different religions and to guarantee the equality of all its citizens, Pope John Paul II said...

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Support for Boat People

BISHOP Eugene Hurley of Port Pirie has expressed the Church's concern about the lengthy delays in processing boat people's applications for asylum...

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Leaders’ pledge to recomciliation

AUSTRALIA'S Church leaders have pledged to further the cause of reconciliation with the nation's indigenous people, its races and cultures, and between the Churches, following a deeply moving service with members of an Aboriginal community in the shadow of Uluru (Ayers Rock) on June 11...

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WE have to hand it to the Brits! They do not mind spending significant amounts of money to make films showing how dreadful life is for the working class in contemporary London...

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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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5000 Candidates for Confirmation

MORE than 5000 candidates and 45,000 sponsors and other parishioners will gather in Sydney's SuperDome on Sunday June 11 to celebrate the Sacrament of Confirmation...

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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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