May 20, 2022
Kevin Jones/CNA
New South Wales has become the sixth and final Australian state to legalise euthanasia and assisted suicide. Its legislation forces health care and elder care organisations with religious objections to allow the practice on their premises. “If a civilisation is to be judged by how it treats its weakest members, the New South Wales parliament
November 24, 2021
Joseph Bukuras/CNA
The Australian Archdiocese of Brisbane has announced that all archdiocesan employees, including clergy, contractors and some volunteers, must be fully vaccinated by 15th December in accord with the state’s mandate unless they have a medical exemption.  “As we view the situation in Australia and internationally, it is clear that vaccination is the most effective way
November 11, 2021
Simon Caldwell
One of Australia’s most senior Catholic leaders has called on the Church to strongly oppose the legalisation of euthanasia and assisted suicide in New South Wales. Dominican Archbishop Anthony Fisher of Sydney told Catholics to make their voices heard because “the lives of the vulnerable depend on it”. New South Wales is one of two
June 02, 2021
Staff Reporter
“This affirming and widening by Pope Francis of the Canon Law provisions against abuse is welcome and timely, especially as it comes during the Royal Commission on Abuse in Care, which the Catholic Church strongly supports,” says Bishop Stephen
March 25, 2021
CNA Staff
In an attempt to combat a surge in coronavirus infections, new government restrictions have banned public meetings, including religious gatherings.
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