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Parish Newsletter - May 12th 2024, The Ascension of the Lord YrB.

Newsletter May 12th 2024 The Ascension of the Lord Yr B

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Archbishop Mark Coleridge's Reflections on 50 Years of Pastoral Service: Ep1 - Life as a 68'er

In the first episode of this series “Archbishop Mark Coleridge’s Reflections on 50 Years of Pastoral Service”, Archbishop Mark Coleridge reminisced on how in the late 1960s, amidst the societal...

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Australian bishops 'shaken' by escalation in violence in the Holy Land

AUSTRALIAN Church leaders say the violence in the Holy Land must stop. A statement released yesterday by the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference said the violence had shaken many people around...

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New document on Marian apparitions to be published next week

The Holy See’s doctrine office will publish a new document next week on discerning Marian apparitions and other supernatural events. The Holy See Press Office announced yesterday that Cardinal Victor...

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Queensland Symphony Orchestra to perform Mozart's Mass for cathedral 150th

QUEENSLAND Symphony Orchestra is bringing three performances of Mozart's Great Mass in C Minor to St Stephen's Cathedral as part of its 150th anniversary on May 10 and 11. The...

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The Ascension of the Lord - Two-Minute Homily: Fr Ihemelandu Uzuegbu

Two-Minute Homily by Fr Ihemelandu Uzuegbu for the The Ascension of the Lord 2024. “The Ascension of the Lord is not the departure of Jesus from us, rather it must...

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When the Holy Spirit moves us, we are set on a powerful and irresistible course of action, Terry Lees writes

By Terry Lees HOW can I describe how the Holy Spirit moves in my life? How can I describe the intangible? A young boy asked his father, "How can I...

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Pope urges reparation to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, including for the abuse crisis

THE spiritual practice of reparation “may be somewhat forgotten or wrongly judged obsolete” , but it is essential for the promotion of justice and healing, including on behalf of those...

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Queensland churches call proposals to Anti-Discrimination Act a 'betrayal'

PROPOSED changes to the Queensland Anti-Discrimination Act would be a "betrayal of all faith communities" in the state, an open letter from Queensland Churches Together warns. Current Queensland law allows...

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Four religious sisters share life-giving message at Brisbane event

A MIX of mums, dads, lots of little children, university students, young adults, fellow religious and clergy filled up Holy Spirit Chapel to pray and listen to four visiting Sisters...

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