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Case reveals coercion to die

Pro life advocates say QLD case reveals danger to vulnerable people if assisted suicide is legalised.

Doctors urge ministers over youth gender treatments

Medical practitioners are urging health ministers to exercise caution on irreversible interventions

Bishop tells of surviving COVID-19

Weeks close to death revealed the power of God, said northern Italy's Bishop Derio Olivero.

Miss-connection: how to connect with your teenage daughter

One of Australia's leading parenting experts, Dr Justin Coulson, is giving CONNECT readers the incredible opportunity to take his 7-day Connection Challenge - usually $147 - completely FREE. Aimed to help you connect more strongly with your teen daughter, the week-long challenge will have a...

How to sleep better: 10 tips for children 1-15

About good sleep for children A good night’s sleep is about getting to sleep and staying asleep. Most children wake up by themselves in the morning if they’re getting enough good-quality sleep. Getting to sleep Most children fall asleep within 20 minutes of going to bed. How...

Church calls for ethical vaccine

Some US bishops have urged that vaccine development be free of any link to abortion.

In the magic of books, adventure awaits!

“Reading is one form of escape. Running for your life is another.” This slightly odd (yet undeniably true) quote comes from Lemony Snicket, author of ‘A Series of Unfortunate Events.’ When I was a child it was one of my favourite book series. Over the...

Dealing with bad world news

It can sometimes feel like bad news follows us around. Phones, social media and WiFi make news spread like wildfire, and when something bad breaks, it’s tough to unplug. It’s totally normal to feel overwhelmed by the news, especially when good news stories often...

Covid-19 and Pentecost: a pastoral from Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP

It is with great joy that we learnt today that the New South Wales Government has agreed to relax the restrictions on churches and worship, to bring them into line with like venues and activities

Experts back KPMG report on palliative care

More care would boost economy and health, says report Catholic health and aged care providers have welcomed a new report revealing that more than $450 million could be saved through better funding of palliative care services and a national strategy on end-of-life care. The KPMG report found that an annual investment of $365 million will bring Australia’s palliative...