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Bathersby censures St Mary's Church
Archbishop Bathersby has issued a strong censure to St Mary's Catholic Church, South Brisbane, for alleged liturgical abuses, but has stopped short of taking firm action against the parish.
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Billions for Bishops in NSW windfall
New legislation in NSW gives Bishops in the State wide ranging powers to acquire assets and property belonging to religious orders, raising concerns that the freedom of the orders to dispose of their own assets has been severely restricted.
Clover to speak at Darlo "Rescue Rally"
Lord Mayor of Sydney, Clover Moore has come out in support of this Saturday's "Rescue Rally" for Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Darlinghurst, which is threatened with demolition to accommodate the proposed Notre Dame medical school.
Capitalism is 'most moral system'
The Vatican's Cardinal Giovanni Battista Re has contributed to just released book called, "Money and Paradise: The Global Economy and the Catholic World" , which claims the superiority of "christian-inspired" capitalism over other economic systems.
Women deserve better: meeting Julie Kelly

Julie Kelly was sixteen when she had a backyard abortion in 1955. She survived, but the ordeal mobilized Julie. Today she is the National Director of Project Rachel. Julie told Online Catholics that many people need a little consciousness raising when it comes to abortion, even priests. "When I finally was able to confess to a priest that I had had an abortion, I was stunned when he replied, "How many times?"
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Peter Fleming asks if God needs glory if God needs glory - Alan Gill ponders the curious conservatism of Anglicans - and will Howard's new generosity extend to East Timor?
Is Orthodoxy Enough?
Call me Catholic!
You can't call yourself a Catholic until you've lost something important, writes Michael McGirr. Mrs McGirr may not entirely agree...
Edmund Campion
...on Gerard Windsor, Father Joe and recalls one of Sydney's literary characters, Miss Chapman of Clay's Bookshop, Kings Cross.