Victorian MPs have had another long night at Parliament House with the marathon debate on the assisted dying bill continuing overnight, SBS News reports.
Police charged five multi-faith protesters yesterday as a group blocked work on the Central Queensland rail line to be used to transport coal from the proposed Adani coal mine, The Catholic Leader reports.
The theological work and papal teaching of retired Pope Benedict XVI “continue to be a living and precious heritage for the Church,” Pope Francis said, reports CNS.
Researchers at Victoria's Monash University has found thousands of nursing home residents have died premature and preventable deaths, ABC News reports.
A Melbourne Catholic high school teacher has been charged with possession of child porn after staff allegedly found images on a school computer, the Herald Sun reports.
Catholic schools in South Australia have welcomed a $19.8 million funding boost announced by the state government yesterday, The Southern Cross reports.
Every museum has its controversies, but few topics have more potential pitfalls than the Bible and its history. The new US-based Museum of the Bible is no exception, reports the National Catholic Register.
The Bishops of England and Wales will continue to use the current translation of the Roman Missal, in spite of Pope Francis’ motu proprio restoring responsibility for liturgical translations to local churches, The Tablet reports.
More than 100 women united for laughter, tears and spiritual rejuvenation at the Heart Women’s Catholic Conference in Sydney, The Catholic Weekly reports.
Parents could be allowed to remove their children from classes where non-traditional marriage is taught, under a major addition to the same-sex marriage bill being considered by Attorney-General George Brandis, the Sydney Morning Herald reports.
The Vatican announced it had launched a new investigation into reports about sexual abuse in a pre-seminary for young adolescents run by the Diocese of Como, Italy, but located inside the Vatican, The Tablet reports.
Putting the brakes on dangerous and distracted driving, Pope Francis criticised using mobile phones when at the wheel and treating roads like racetracks, CNS reports.
New Zealand and Australian officials have begun talks about screening processes for asylum-seekers left inside the Manus Island detention centre, NZ Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said yesterday, SBS News reports.
A group of dedicated Sydney fathers who have children with special needs have formed their own support and friendship group, The Catholic Weekly reports.
Pope Francis has condemned euthanasia, stating the 'intent to end life' is completely different from withdrawing excessive or inappropriate medical treatment, the Catholic Herald reports.
Time is running out for you to take part in the first Australian Catholic Media User Survey, the ACBC Media Blog reports.
Mother Teresa longed to be at the feet of the crucified Christ and that is exactly where a group of Brisbane Catholics have put the Albanian saint, The Catholic Leader reports.
Cardinal Charles Bo has urged Pope Francis not to use the term “Rohingya” when he visits Myanmar next week, Crux reports.