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Two men charged over Toowong cemetery Cross of Sacrifice damage

Cross of Sacrifice

ON Ash Wednesday, a radical group of Brisbane Christian activists took extraordinary action. Members of the Catholic Worker movement allegedly attacked the Cross of Sacrifice, which has stood in Brisbane’s Toowong Cemetery since 1924. The word “allegedly” is used to describe their actions, however the men willingly admit what they did; in fact they shot photos and video and even ... Read More »

Share house from heaven

Dorothy Day House

LIVING below the poverty line is actively encouraged in Rebekah Dowling’s household. The 23-year-old university student is one of seven housemates, including two of her brothers, who have chosen to live “voluntary poverty” in a Christian community in Greenslopes. “I feel it’s the way Jesus wants us to live,” Miss Dowling said. The daughter of West End Catholic Worker Movement ... Read More »

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