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Australian bishops urge action over 600 asylum seekers fearing for their life on Manus

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AMID public protests, vigils and picketing of politician’s offices, the Catholic Church and United Nations are spearheading criticism of the Australian Government over its handling of asylum seekers on Manus Island. The future of about 600 men left on Manus remains in limbo after their refusal to leave the processing centre amid fears for their safety. The PNG Supreme Court ... Read More »

Aileen wants to spread the Word of God

AILEEN Nasalio is a young Catholic who has “re-connected” with the Church; now she wants to head for prison. The 20-year-old Brisbane woman is so fired with renewed faith that she would love to take the program that’s made such a difference for her and share it with prisoners. “I really want to let people in prisons know that God ... Read More »

Brisbane fertility experts helping couples find healthy alternatives to IVF

A LEADING Brisbane doctor is among a group of health care practitioners aiming to set up a new field of medicine dedicated to a restorative approach to solving infertility. Dr Luke McLindon, an obstetrician and gynaecologist from Brisbane’s Mater Hospital, is promoting restorative reproductive medicine as a holistic approach to helping couples restore fertility. “The big challenge over the last ... Read More »

Ignite Conference 2017: Come

The Gospels are four books of ‘wild trekking’ through Israel by Jesus and his crew, and honestly, Jesus called his disciples into some radical places. He drew them close and sent them out often, and each time He did so it was with a purpose and for a mission. When we read one of the Ignite Conference theme scriptures, from ... Read More »

Ignite Conference 2017: Come, Holy Spirit

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I’m scared of the dark. Well not so much anymore, but the ‘dark’ was my greatest enemy – each night was an actual nightmare. There was nothing to be afraid of, but for years I was terrified. Anytime I got scared, my mum and dad would say the same thing to me. “Say a little prayer to the Holy Spirit.” ... Read More »

Ignite Conference 2017: Reflections on Adoration

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“Your Kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in Heaven.” Mt 6:10. I’ll never forget the first time I experienced Adoration. I went into the room not really understanding God or what faith was truly about. I had been going to church since I was a child, I’d gone through a Catholic school and been at ... Read More »

Ignite Conference 2017: Reflections on Worship

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I tend to be a pretty serious person. Anyone who knows me will probably roll their eyes at that statement, cause look – I do crack a lot of jokes. But I think a lot. Kind of non-stop. It’s really easy to cracks some jokes. It feels pretty terrible when you feel like a joke. At times I can be ... Read More »

Ignite Conference 2017: Reflections of a Small Group Leader

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Over the past five years, I’ve had the pleasure of being a small group leader at Ignite Conference. I’ve seen many faces and had the chance to share many people’s experiences. A few years ago, I was a small group leader for a group of year 12 guys. There were about 13 or so and for the first few sessions ... Read More »

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