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Caring for our elderly is a privilege – treat them well

There’s more and more of us ageing, and fewer and fewer people willing and able to take care of us. What’s the solution? We’ve always had one, and it’s called a “family”.

Exclusive: Clergy lead the way in safeguarding capabilities

Clergy are leading the way in their awareness and knowledge about keeping children safe in church and related environments according to new research led by Australian Catholic University. 

WA confession law commences

Ministers of religion in Western Australia are now legally required to report information about child sexual abuse, including information gained in the sacrament of...

Fr Brian Lucas: The culture change we need

As articles in last year’s Catholic Weekly on the ACCCR post-Plenary convocation showed, much of the discussion about church governance and church reform begins from a position that assumes conflict between episcopal and lay involvement.

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Australian bishops release new sexual abuse protocol

New benchmark for the Church in place from February aims at promoting consistency and compassion.

Cardinal Pell’s Prison Journal: The Quiet Heart of the Storm

Unmistakably Australian and unmistakably Christian. The Journal is a master-class in forgiveness as a willed state, always under siege, and only achieved by grace.

New Zealand Royal Commission hears from survivors

Lessons will inform future treatment of abuse claims Survivors of abuse in the Catholic institutions in New Zealand will speak at the first faith-based redress...

Exposing the truth in the persecution of Cardinal Pell

The atmosphere in Australia toward Cardinal Pell prior to and during his persecution was sufficiently toxic for any injection of foreign funds to facilitate a prosecution

Christ helped me avoid bitterness, Cardinal

In an exclusive and frank interview, Cardinal George Pell shares new details of his prison experience.

Pat Garcia: We understand aged issues, but not the answers

Aged care is expensive, but for how long can we put off the inevitable investment? Ageing and death can be difficult issues. Most of us...

Safeguarding office to be independent

The ACBC has addressed concerns that a new national approach to child safety may be a step backwards.

Perth archbishop slams confession seal ‘slur’

Archbishop Costelloe SDB pens a sharp rebuke to WA Minister Simone McGurk over proposed law.
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