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  • Forget palliative care in Victoria
    by Monica Doumit on September 30, 2022 at 11:00 am

    One in five Victorians will die without access to end of life palliative care in their state this year. For that horror, we can thank Premier Dan Andrews and the euthanasia lobby On 19 June 2019, the day Victoria’s euthanasia and assisted suicide law came into effect, Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews spoke of the many The post Forget palliative care in Victoria appeared first on The Catholic Weekly.

  • Concern for Sydney
    by Marilyn Rodrigues on September 30, 2022 at 8:00 am

    Pope Francis discusses the challenges of refugees in city’s west with local MP Pope Francis showed a concern for people living in western Sydney, especially Christians who have fled persecution in their native countries, says Hugh McDermott the state member for Prospect. The Labor MP recently travelled to the eternal city on a private trip The post Concern for Sydney appeared first on The Catholic Weekly.

  • They’re racing for Rome
    by Debbie Cramsie on September 30, 2022 at 2:00 am

    Vatican cycling team brings prayer and work to Sydney Cyclist Rein Schuurhuis is a real holy roller. As the sole rider in the newly-formed Vatican Cycling Team, his main mission is to pedal the Pope’s message of dialogue, peace and solidarity. There’s no time trials, multi-million-dollar sponsorships or an impressive roster of riders but … The post They’re racing for Rome appeared first on The Catholic Weekly.

  • East Gosford JPII shrine set to open
    by Debbie Cramsie on September 30, 2022 at 12:30 am

    Permanent first class relic of saint-pope will also be installed More than 1000 people are expected to attend the installation Mass of a first class relic of one of the world’s most popular Popes of the 20th century, John Paul II. To be held on 22 October, his Feast Day, the relic of the saint’s The post East Gosford JPII shrine set to open appeared first on The Catholic Weekly.

  • All over the world, men to gather for Our Lady
    by Debbie Cramsie on September 29, 2022 at 8:00 pm

    For the first time, tens of thousands of men from around the world, including Australia, will unite at the same time to recite the Rosary. Inspired by an international Catholic movement, the men from more than 40 countries including Argentina, Portugal, Ireland, the United States, Lebanon, India, Mexico and Malaysia, will gather on their knees The post All over the world, men to gather for Our Lady appeared first on The Catholic Weekly.

  • The Terminal List Review: Series highlights war’s costly price
    by Mathew De Sousa on September 29, 2022 at 11:00 am

    The Terminal List MOVIE REVIEW Spearheaded by leading Hollywood actor Chris Pratt, as a tribute to those who gave their lives in service to their country, one of Amazon Prime’s latest thrillers brings together the action of John Wick with the dramatic suspense of a Tom Clancy series. Adapted from a novel by Jack Carr, The post The Terminal List Review: Series highlights war’s costly price appeared first on The Catholic Weekly.

  • Farewell gift
    by Marilyn Rodrigues on September 29, 2022 at 8:00 am

    Sydney family bequeaths a stunning $500,000 to Notre Dame for Palliative Care training Palliative care research at the University of Notre Dame Australia will benefit from a $500,000 bequest, the largest gift received for the valuable work in the area of end-of-life care at the Catholic university this year. Dr Glen Coorey was a much-loved The post Farewell gift appeared first on The Catholic Weekly.

  • A Trail of Blessings
    by Marilyn Rodrigues on September 28, 2022 at 8:00 pm

    How one young woman’s suffering with trust in God transformed her, her family, and many more others than she could ever have dreamed Scott and Jenni Egan had spent four years caring for their terminally ill daughter Ellíe in their home in Dundas Valley in Sydney’s northwest when the unimaginable happened. Their healthy 17-year-old son The post A Trail of Blessings appeared first on The Catholic Weekly.

  • Let’s pray for Cardinal Zen
    by Junno Arocho Esteves on September 28, 2022 at 8:00 am

    If you wonder about China’s attitude to the Church, putting a 91-year-old on trial makes it pretty clear “Martyrdom is normal in our church,” said Cardinal Joseph Zen Ze-kiun. “We may not have to do that, but we may have to bear some pain and steel ourselves for our loyalty to our faith.” The cardinal The post Let’s pray for Cardinal Zen appeared first on The Catholic Weekly.

  • Requiem farewells monarch
    by Adam Wesselinoff on September 28, 2022 at 3:00 am

    Sydneysiders, including leaders of state and dignitaries, turned out for an historic Mass celebrated for Queen Elizabeth II in St Mary’s Cathedral last weekend Her late Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, was “a model of faith expressed in public service, of calm and steadfastness in adversity, and of leadership and comfort for her people,” Archbishop Anthony The post Requiem farewells monarch appeared first on The Catholic Weekly.