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Queensland’s church history pieced together in Fr Chris Hanlon’s new book

ITALIAN troops had breached a point in the Aurelian Walls while Pope Pius IX’s forces mounted the defence of Rome, and caught in the skirmish, comforting the wounded and dying Papal Zouaves, was Brisbane’s first Bishop James Quinn. He was in Rome for the First Vatican Council when the Papal States fell to Kingdom of Italy on September 20, 1870. ... Read More »

Keeping faith in the Pine Mountain family

By Emilie Ng PINE Mountain Catholic worshippers know the secret to keeping a Church community alive for 150 years. Their secret is also the advice Irish Servant of God Fr Patrick Peyton gave when he famously said, “A family that prays together, stays together”. This Church family are uniquely connected, as all are related either by blood or marriage, and connected ... Read More »

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