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Pray the Our Father with Pope Francis on Wednesday

March 23, 2020 Brooke Robinson

Pope Francis has announced a worldwide moment of prayer to take place at midday Wednesday 25 March, which is 10pm Wednesday in Newcastle. The Our Father will be lead by Pope Francis at the Vatican.

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Caritas giving dignity in India

March 17, 2020 Caritas Australia

Sakun, 32, is a Gond indigenous woman living in a village in central east India. She developed polio as a child and has difficulty walking.

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We are One People

March 10, 2020 Caritas Australia

“When the dust settles on our lives, all we get to keep and take with us is our dignity, our integrity and the love and respect we share with people.”  Tom Powell, Founder, Red Dust Healing.

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Caritas transforming farming in Cambodia

March 03, 2020 Caritas Australia

Phany, 27, lives in a village in western Cambodia. Struggling to earn a living as a rice farmer, her family experienced food scarcity and she was forced to leave her young daughter behind to take up construction work in the city.

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Zombies at Easter – I don’t think so

March 02, 2020 Penny Mulvey

Would you ever think of zombies and superheroes when describing the Easter story to a child?

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Caritas fighting discrimination in the Philippines

February 26, 2020 Caritas Australia

Shirley, 36, is a Manide indigenous woman living in the remote Camarines Norte province in the Philippines. She is the mother of four and the family’s sole breadwinner, as her husband is sick. But Shirley was struggling to support the whole family and keep her children in school.

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Message of Pope Francis for Lent 2020

February 25, 2020 Pope Francis

“We implore you on behalf of Christ, be reconciled to God” (2 Cor 5:20)

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Faithful speak out at People’s Climate Assembly after bushfires

February 05, 2020 Thea Ormerod

Buddhists, Anglicans, Catholics, Quakers and people of other faiths joined thousands of concerned Australians in Canberra during the first sitting week of Parliament to stand up for meaningful action on climate change.