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A sense of justice

THIS week's People story is on the executive officer of Brisbane's Catholic Justice and Peace Commission, Peter Arndt (pictured), who talks about how his unwavering commitment to helping the downtrodden stems from growing up in a tough neighbourhood of Ipswich...

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Pope misunderstood

POPE Benedict has been unjustly attacked and misunderstood by some sections of the Islamic faith over a speech he gave to a group of academics at the University of Regensburg in Germany...

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Young people called to spiritual battle in faith

AS one of the organisers of the Ignite 06 conference, I wish to assure Jenny Close (Have Your Say, CL 10/9/06) that we have a similar passion for the use of imagery to portray Christian truths in a way that is relevant to young people...

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Overseeing religious life

THIS week's People story is on Cardinal Franc Rode, who is prefect of the Congregation for Institutes of Consecrated Life and Societies of Apostolic Life at the Vatican...

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God invoked in warfare

THE fighting may have ceased, the bombs and rockets aren't raining down, but the lives and homes of so many people in Lebanon and Israel lie in ruins...

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Hope alive in face of death

THIS week's People story is on Sean Harris (pictured), who compares his near fatal battle with a brain tumour to Saul being struck down from his horse on the road to Damascus...

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