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Mark Brolly



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  1. Time to get away to it all
  2. An Anglican apologia
  3. The great divider: Pell has never gone out of his way to court popularity
  4. In Australia public holidays can be a source of sometimes bitter conflict, rather than national unity
  5. Turnbull channels Trump on the thorny issue of migration
  6. Catholic bishops offer help in Australia's stalled campaign to ban death penalty worldwide
  7. Those who mocked former Catholic PM are shameful bigots
  8. Cardinal Pell is a radical climate change sceptic, says former Australian PM Kevin Rudd
  9. Sex abuse survivors to be cross examined during Australian Commission inquiry
  10. Tax cuts will leave 2.5m poor in Australia struggling to live, Catholic Church tells government
  11. Australia Catholic Church's response to sex abuse was 'a complete failure of process', commission is told
  12. Catholic Church in Australia is viewed as 'an obstacle to the wellbeing of society', senior Archbishop claims
  13. Paedophile Catholic priests in Australia were 'ticking time bomb', sex abuse commission is told
  14. Cardinal Pell defends decision not to attend Catholic sex abuse inquiry in Australia
  15. 'Paedophile priest' received £100,000 from Catholic church in Australia while on run
  16. Vatican promises to make its supply chains slavery proof, Cardinal Pell announces
  17. Archbishop backs Catholic school for letting girl bring same sex partner to prom
  18. Australian bishops encourage Catholics to watch Oscar-nominated film on sex abuse
  19. Anger at Abbott refugee speech
  20. Unprecedented fury at Ballarat hearings
  21. Vatican supply chains to be ‘slavery-proof’
  22. School accepts same-sex dating
  23. Parishioners urged to learn from ‘Spotlight’
  24. Solidarity with offshore detainees
  25. Pell to face 15 abuse survivors
  26. Catholic church and political leaders welcome Senate nomination for Australia's 'Nelson Mandela'
  27. Pope urged to sack all who cover up clerical abuse
  28. Religious sisters in Australia criticise government plans to import high-level nuclear waste
  29. Archdiocese of Sydney denies boycotting companies that are pro same-sex marriage
  30. Name of paedophile priest blacked out to acknowledge victims
  31. Australia's Sex Party declares all-out war on Catholic church
  32. Pell calls for investigation into conduct of police over sex abuse allegations
  33. Australia: ‘Dysfunctional governance’ of Church comes under fire
  34. Ballarat vows to use controversial $2.1m legacy to help sex abuse victims
  35. School principal accused of cowardice and dishonesty
  36. Hudson inspired by Australian approach to evangelisation
  37. Australia's ‘boat person bishop’ discusses refugees with Francis
  38. ‘Boat person’ bishop discusses refugees with the Pope
  39. Australian sex abuse commission must not lecture on structure, theology or doctrine
  40. Senior Jesuit priest to head up Catholic Social Services in Australia
  41. Mood of ecumenical dialogue has changed from feeling 'organic unity is imminent' to something 'more realistic', pilgrims report
  42. Greens accused of being anti-Christian in schools row
  43. Cardinal Pell missed 'important opportunity' to recognise serious risks posed by paedophile priest, says counsel
  44. New database of priests could protect children in dioceses against abuse
  45. Closure of the John Paul II Institute for Marriage and Family a 'very sad moment', says Director
  46. Churches experiment with encouraging congregation to get their phones out when the collection plates come around
  47. Speaker defeats assisted dying bill over 'world's worst legislative practice'
  48. MPs who voted for euthanasia should be welcomed but not honoured, Australian bishop asserts
  49. Plea to protect women against violent partners
  50. New Zealand's new prime minister standing by his strong Catholic beliefs
  51. First Chinese-Australian bishop will be a 'great enrichment to the Church'
  52. Catholic agency defends itself over guidelines to help deal with LGBTI community during disasters
  53. Drug crisis sign of society "cut loose from its moorings", says Australian Archbishop
  54. Shocking figures of abuse in Australia are a 'massive failure on the part of the Catholic Church'
  55. ‘Tragic and indefensible’ guilt of Catholic Church
  56. Greens want Pell to come home and testify
  57. Church pays £170m in abuse compensation, or £56,000 per claim
  58. Call for more direct reporting to Pope Francis
  59. Pro-life TV advertisement ruled ‘political’ after concerns raised about anti-abortion spot
  60. Catholic priest wins long campaign to outlaw use of 'gay panic' defence to murder
  61. Cases ‘kept to a few insiders’
  62. ‘Keep cross as symbol in public life’, urge bishops
  63. Cardinal Pell will not respond to 'unjustifiable, scandalous' allegations made against him in new book
  64. Leading anti-abuse campaigner dies
  65. Fisher stresses need for dialogue
  66. Details of charges made against Cardinal Pell will not be known until court hearing
  67. Cardinal George Pell: The towering figure who divides Australians
  68. 'No religion' in Australia overtakes number of Catholics
  69. Murder case implicating paedophile priest reopened after Australian police admit DNA sample mess up
  70. Australian Church opposes Victoria euthanasia legislation
  71. Cardinal Pell to plead not guilty to historic sexual abuse charges
  72. Australia's national broadcaster accused of producing 'antagonistic, one-sided narrative about the Catholic Church'
  73. Same-sex marriage bill fails to protect religious freedom, warns Australian archbishop
  74. Australia's Ballarat diocese accused of breaking Church sex abuse guidelines by challenging compensation claim
  75. Indigenous Australians and asylum seekers 'bookends of rejection' in Australia, says Jesuit head
  76. Failure to report abuse heard in confession should be made a criminal offence, says Australian commission
  77. Fisher says same-sex marriage moves threaten religious liberty
  78. Catholic Church in Australia unlikely to change, abuse review head says
  79. Australians have 'lost trust completely' in the Church, says member of Pope's Commission for the Protection of Minors
  80. Australia bishops declare month of prayer for marriage and families as nationwide same-sex marriage survey sent out
  81. Mandatory celibacy remains major risk factor for child sexual abuse, claims Australian survey
  82. Australia's religious communities call for stronger action on climate change
  83. Relationship between pope and Cardinal a 'caricature' says Burke, but Catholics want clearer presentation of doctrine
  84. Catholics urge Australian Parliament to reject Assisted Dying Bill
  85. Separate and elitist priesthood model 'drawing its last breaths', says Australian bishop
  86. Same-sex marriage ‘would imperil free speech’, says Australian Archbishop
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