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East Timor, now officially called Timor Leste, may have celebrated its first birthday as a nation, but assistance is still badly needed. Salesian Brother MICHAEL LYNCH, a regular visitor to Australia's near neighbour, tells of the new country's needs:.

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God’s worker with kids on the street

THIS week's People story is on Salesian Father Chris Riley who has dedicated his life to caring for the most abused, neglected and rejected of young people ' starting with those struggling to survive on Sydney's inner city streets...

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Let the experts deliver aid to Iraq

Iraq faces a post-war humanitarian crisis unless aid organisations are allowed to do their work without interference from occupying coalition military forces, argues BEA PRZYBYSZ :.

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A remarkable achievement

POPE John Paul's 100th foreign trip to Croatia on June 5-9 is a remarkable achievement for a world leader who refuses to let age weary him...

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Yearning for fidelity in Mass

THE Catholic Leader on May 25 reported that Cardinal Francis Arinze, prefect of the Congregation of the Sacraments, was in America recently attending a forum on liturgical renewal in the United States...

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