29 June 2003


‘Unethical’ to kill an embryo

Roll on, Cologne

And they’re racing ... to help Vinnies

‘Renewal of my faith’

Seminar ‘rekindles Bible fire’

Year 9 - May the force be with you

‘Appoint acting judges’ to solve visa backlog

Charity race day

Society needs to ‘share pain of others’

Bombs found at Mass site

Movement seeks inquiry on Iraqi conflict

Cambridge choir in Sydney visit

China visitors

The Catholic Weekly- Spiritual tension


Moral values ‘a major role’ for the Church

Challenge to your neighbourhood?

Jesus Christ, the ultimate healer

Parents’ acts inspired Sr Huyen

Religion, art ‘a very powerful mix’

Classic rite controversial, but ‘a jewel’

Real feelings of life and faith

Bishop Peter Ingham’s message

Clergy-principals’ conference day

Students share justice issues

New team looks at needs

New director of vocations

Vocation Awareness Diocesan Poster Competition

Diocesan catechists train

Gothic paradise - the legacy of Pugin

Bombs found at Mass site

A month before the Pope’s visit, NATO-led peace-keepers removed 21 World War II-era bombs buried at the site where the Pontiff was to celebrate a Mass for tens of thousands of people in Bosnia-Herzegovina.

A priest who was a child when German troops used the site as an arms dump had warned there might be some bombs buried there.

Searchers found 15 corroded aerial bombs, each about 50kg, and six similar bombs buried beside a church nearby.