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CATERING TO YOUTH

IN recent years, many parishes have discontinued their Sunday evening Mass as congregations and clergy numbers have dwindled...

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WEST’S SOLUTION TO SHORTAGE

A FEW weeks ago in The Leader, I read where once again in Queensland a number of parishes are being grouped together for one priest to handle, with lay parish leaders doing the administration...

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TRUST IN GOD’S PLAN FOR CHURCH

AFTER reading letters in The Leader over several months urging us to pray for more priests, I have to ask, "where is our faith?"I cannot for one moment believe that the good Lord would let the institution of the Catholic Church disintegrate as we see it if he didn't have a plan for it to go in a different direction...

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ON CALL TO HELP VICTIMS OF THE ASIAN TSUNAMI

THE devastation of the Asian earthquake and tsunami on Boxing Day might seem like a world away, but for some of Australia's emergency nurses it is simply a matter of time before they see the damage and the suffering first hand...

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Readily available solution

THE clergy shortage study (CL 12/12/04) should be a warning to all Catholics who believe "It is the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass that matters"...

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At the miracle of birth

IN this week's People story we feature Lyn Kirwin (pictured), a midwife at the Mater Mothers' Hospital in Brisbane, who will be helping to deliver babies over Christmas...

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