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Francis reimposes strict limits on what was once called the Extraordinary...

As diocesan bishops around the world woke on 17 July to find themselves considering how to implement Pope Francis’ motu proprio on the use...

Blaming St. John Paul II for McCarrick’s advancement misplaced

Theodore McCarrick, a priest and bishop of the Catholic Church, brazenly lied to the bishop of Rome

Fr Flader: The life of Blessed Franz Jägerstätter

Franz Jägerstätter was born on 20 May 1907 in St Radegund in Upper Austria.

George Weigel: The Office of Peter and a Church in Mission

The next pope needs, and deserves, the prayerful support of the entire Catholic world

Uni students fuel up for spiritual battles

More than 100 students came from university campuses across Sydney for a special retreat last week.
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Students to go to the margins in new model

The Australian Catholic University has announced an exciting new partnership with the Archdiocese of Sydney’s welfare agency, CatholicCare aimed at embedding Catholic social teaching...
When I was in jail, you visited me: a US prison chaplain, main photo, delivers Communion to a prisoner. Photo: Karen Callaway, Northwest Indiana Catholic

Being with Jesus in Jail

A prophetic voice for the needy

professor Margaret Somerville told The Catholic Weekly that she agrees many people will conscientiously object to a vaccination linked to an electively aborted human foetus.

Vaccine mandates questioned

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