Br Guy Consolmagno at Sydney Observatory (The Catholic Weekly/Giovanni Portelli)

He’s had an asteroid named after him, but Br Guy Consolmagno SJ says he’s in no hurry to have a crater on the moon named in his honour. Source: The Catholic Weekly.

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The site of the ruins in northern Syria (Twitter/Fox News)

Ancient Christian ruins have been uncovered in a northern Syrian city after Islamic State militants were driven out. Source: News.com.au.

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Parish newsletters and websites topped the list of where Australian Catholics get their news (Supplied)

The first comprehensive survey of people’s experience of Australian Catholic media shows users value the different perspective it provides. Source: ACBC.

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Jack de Groot (Vinnies NSW)

A new advisory group announced yesterday is set to play a crucial role in influencing and monitoring the Church in Australia’s ongoing response to the child sexual abuse scandal. Source: ACBC Media Blog.

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Laurence Fishburne, Bryan Cranston and Steve Carell in Last Flag Flying (IMDB)

In Last Flag Flying, three Vietnam vets – Sal, Doc and Mueller – accompany the body of Doc’s marine son as he is taken to be interred. Source: ACOFB.

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Sr Anna Abba (inset) and a camp in Benue, Nigeria, the state where the attack occurred (CNS/Sale Diocese)

A Nigerian nun who lives “a stone’s throw” from the priests and lay people who were murdered during Mass last week was visiting Brisbane at the time of the massacre. Source: The Catholic Leader.

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Pope Francis arrives at St Peter’s Square yesterday (CNS/Stefano Rellandini, Reuters)

Baptism requires rejecting Satan and professing one’s full faith in God, Pope Francis said yesterday. Source: Crux.

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Religious freedom in Australia is the subject of two inquiries (Bigstock)

Religious leaders, including senior Catholics, have told a parliamentary inquiry into religious freedom that the legalisation of same-sex marriage had laid bare the fragility of protections for religious freedom. Source: The Guardian.

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The relic of Pope St Clement I (Catholic Herald/EnviroWaste)

A relic of Pope St Clement I has been found in a rubbish bin in London by a waste disposal company. Source: Catholic Herald.

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Bartolomeo Nogara (Vatican Museums)

New details of life inside the Vatican during World War II are coming to light, thanks to the diaries of Bartolomeo Nogara, a former director of the Vatican Museums. Source: Vatican News.

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The candlelight ceremony at Mooloolaba Beach (Facebook/ABC News Sunshine Coast)

Sunshine Coast residents lit up Mooloolaba Beach last night to send a message that domestic and family violence will not be tolerated in the community. Source: The Catholic Leader.

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Volunteer Heather Henderson with program participants in Kenya (MNnews Today)

While the affluence of the developed world continues to increase, there are still many people around the globe who live in poverty and lack the skills and opportunities to free themselves from that cycle. Source: MNnews.today.

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Dr David Kirchhoffer (The Catholic Leader)

A new Brisbane-based bioethics centre will provide research, advice and training to help doctors, nurses, aged care workers, bishops and priests make ethical decisions. Source: ACU.

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Attendees at the Church communications seminar at the Vatican  (Parramatta Diocese)

Fake news, trolling and free and open social media debate were the focus of the Professional Seminar for Church Communications Offices held at the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross in Rome. Source: Catholic Outlook.

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Cardinal George Pell arrives at court on Tuesday (CNS/Daniel Pockett, Reuters)

Cardinal George Pell is likely to face two trials and two juries, with a date for his first trial yet to be set. Source: The Age.

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Crosses will be hung in all Bavarian public buildings from June 1 (Unsplash)

The decision to hang crosses in all public buildings in Bavaria has triggered “division, stirred up trouble and played people off against one another”, Cardinal Reinhard Marx told a German newspaper on Monday. Source: The Tablet.

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Experts worry inexperience could lead doctors to resort to euthanasia (Bigstock)

Workers who care for the dying in New Zealand have slammed a euthanasia bill as dangerous and an “easy way out” for doctors who aren’t equipped to deal with dying patients. Source: Radio NZ.

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Pope Francis addresses Avvenire staff and their families (Vatican News)

In an age when technology is ever-evolving, Catholic news organisations must be willing to adapt to effectively proclaim the Gospel to all, Pope Francis said yesterday. Source: Crux.

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From Parish of Our Lady of The Way, North Sydney & Lavender Bay. The first Mass of the day on YouTube

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Live streamed from Our Lady of the Rosary Cathedral, Waitara

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