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Too old to be a mother

WHILE thousands of unwanted babies are terminated each week through abortion, a Romanian woman set a new record for being the oldest mother at age 66...

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World has not changed

THE rest of the world didn't lift a finger when the Nazis were herding Jews to the death camps and have a way of being silent accomplices when the wheels of misery grind people - of all colours and races, across continents - to death, or worse, debased existence...

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Communion at heart of faith

This week's People story is on Missionary of the Sacred Heart Father Frank Andersen (pictured), who has written many of the most popular hymns in the Australian Church in the past 30 years...

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Remembering the horrors of Auschwitz

January 27 marked the 60th anniversary of the liberation of the German Nazi concentration camp, Auschwitz-Birkenau, where the highest number of civilians was put to death during World War II. ZBIGNIEW (GEORGE) SUDULL traces its legacy:.

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MEANING BEHIND FUNERALS

FUNERALS should be a time to remember the loss of a loved one from our midst, but also to remember that eternal life awaits us thanks to Christ's death on the cross...

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GOVERNMENT NEEDS CONSCIENCE

I SHARE Fr Kevin Ryan's disappointment (Real Life, CL 23/1/05) at the imbalance between law enforcementÊand compassion in the governing of Australia...

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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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