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A course in Holocuast studies to become part of the Catholic curriculum, a suprise retirement party for the driving force behind Sydney's Aboriginal Catholic Ministry, a new director for the ACBC Office for Clergy Life and Ministry, and Caritas Australia launches a Pacific emergency appeal in the wake of Cyclone Evan.
Holocaust course in Catholic curriculum (Catholic Weekly)
Grace conference next May (Sydney Catholic)
Retirement party for Aboriginal Catholic Ministry figure (Sydney Catholic)
New director for ACBC Office for Clergy Life and Ministry (ACBC)
Caritas Australia launches emergency Pacific appeal (release)
Qld youth take to the streets (Catholic Leader)
Victorian Catholic schools buy Geelong college site (Geelong Advertiser)
Catholic leaders' forum in Brisbane (Catholic Leader)
Victorian teacher jailed for child pornography (ninemsn)
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