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Document helps those accompanying Catholics considering euthanasia

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Australia's Catholic bishops have released a new document to guide priests, chaplains and pastoral workers who are asked to provide pastoral support to Catholics who are considering euthanasia. The publication of the document, To Witness and to Accompany...

Broken Bay Bishop Anthony Randazzo welcomes new CEPAC President

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Catholic Bishops Conference of Oceania President, Bishop Anthony Randazzo, has welcomed the election of Bishop Ryan Pagente Jimenez as president of the Episcopal Conference of the Pacific, known as CEPAC. "I would like to congratulate Bishop Ryan Pagente...

Praying for a lasting peace - a statement from Australia's Catholic Bishops

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The Australian Catholic Bishops, gathered in Sydney this week, join with the Australian Catholic community in expressing our grief and anguish over the suffering of people in the Holy Land. These are not simply news stories or television dramas: they...

Archdiocese of Brisbane RAP 2.0 unveiled

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The Archdiocese of Brisbane has unveiled the second iteration of its Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP), which covers the period 2023 - 2025. A RAP is a strategic document containing practical actions that drive an organisation's contribution to reconciliation...

Bishops' statement for Social Justice Sunday calls for 'new engagement' with First Peoples

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Australia's Catholic bishops have called on the nation to seek "a new engagement" with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in their annual Social Justice Statement being launched today. Since the 1940s, the bishops have published annual statements...

Queensland Holocaust Museum and Education Centre to open soon in unique partnership with the Archdiocese of Brisbane

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Queensland's first holocaust museum and education centre was officially unveiled on Friday June 30 in the heart of Brisbane's Cathedral Precinct. Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk joined with the Chair of the Queensland Holocaust Museum and Education Centre...

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