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St Jeanne Jugan

Jeanne Jugan was born on October 25, 1792 in a small fishing village of Brittany, France. She was the sixth of the eight children of

Critics Attempt to Derail World Congress of Families

We spoke to local WCF organiser Babette Francis about this year’s Congress, and whether accusations of bigotry from the media are well founded.

Christian Witness & Persecution

In this homily for the Passion of St John the Baptist, Fr Anthony Casamento reflects on the persecution being faced by Christians today in Syria and Iraq, and why it’s necessary for Christians to witness publicly to our faith.

6 Headlines You May Have Missed (29 August)

U.S. Archdiocese raises ethical issues with ALS ice bucket challenge, Cardinal Pell appears before the Royal Commission, World Congress of Families set to kick off in Melbourne amidst protests + more.

Why These 6 Young People Gave a Year for God

The Sydney NET team share how God has touched their lives, why they gave a year for mission, and what it’s like serving on NET.

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