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Christmas Cards 2021

During this time of social distancing, the ability to communicate in writing with friends and loved ones is more important than ever. Especially at Christmas.

Because of Covid-19 we may not be able to be with our family and friends for the traditional gatherings and so sending meaningful messages of joy and love is more important than ever.

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The war on drugs hasn’t worked and never will. Every now and then police announce a large seizure of drugs and parade the bags of methamphetamine, cocaine or heroin before a large media contingent. As a marketing exercise it looks good on camera but in reality it achieves little.

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Joke of the Week

A funeral service is held in a church for a man who has passed away. At the end of the service, the pallbearers carrying the casket accidentally bump into a wall jarring the casket….

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10 Tips to Manage Lockdown Fatigue

Many people are missing their old way of life and are frustrated with restrictions and the unpredictability of lockdown. It’s common to feel tired and unmotivated when your usual schedule is disrupted, so it’s important to create a routine that nurtures your mental health. Here are 10 tips to improve your daily life! 

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Nature’s Revenge

Pope Francis has been one of the most prominent voices internationally warning about the ‘catastrophic’ dangers of climate change in his 2015 encyclical Laudato Si’.

Yet some people are annoyed with Pope Francis because of his constant advocacy for urgent action on climate change. But Francis insists climate change involves crucial moral issues, threatening the life support systems of the entire planet. 

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Jesus and Mary in the Qur’an

While it is widely known that Jesus is honoured as a prophet in Islam, less well-known is the place in the Qur’an of his mother, Maryam or Mary. She is mentioned some 34 times by name in the Qur’an, more than the New Testament.

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Homelessness prevention week

Euthanasia has been introduced in many countries, including Australia in recent years. It continues to be controversial and divisive and not just amongst religious groups including the Catholic Church. This week’s Majellan article looks at examples around the world and reveals the ramifications and downside associated with legalised assisting dying.

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