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Cafod is the official Catholic aid agency for England and Wales, working with partners in more than 40 countries across the world. The agency's website has a broad range of projects and links to other social justice issues.
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Howard Storm tells the Catholic Herald about the near-death experience that turned him from a cynical professor into a devout pastor.
The Liturgical Commission of the Archdiocese of Brisbane aims to encourage the full, conscious and active participation of all people in liturgical rites. Its efforts are directed to education and consulting for the parishes of the archdiocese, and publishing liturgical resources for the Australian Church.
Hospital Chaplains is a new series on ABC television that follows the chaplains’ journeys alongside the patients and families at three major hospitals. The Compass crew have filmed six chaplains of various denominations (Catholic, Protestant, Muslim, Jewish and Buddhist) from three different hospitals as they go about their very important daily work.
It seems the Occupy Movement has finally run out of puff. The press has moved on and city councils from London to New York, Sydney to Seattle, have cleared their public spaces. They’re gone, but did they have a point, asks Michael Elphick in Aurora.
The execution of his own grandfather by the Nazis in 1943 has been the impetus for Adelaide parishioner John Jasiukaitis to raise the profile of three Catholic priests and a Lutheran pastor from Lubeck who were beheaded the same year for speaking out against the Hitler regime, reports The Southern Cross.
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