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Japanese bishops on 66th anniversary of Hiroshima

Ten of Japan’s sixteen bishops are gathering Aug. 6 for their annual  commemoration of humanity’s first use of an atomic bomb in an act of war  and the first since the March meltdowns at Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant following a 9.0 magnitude...

Homeless Person’s Week

The St Vincent de Paul Society  Australia marks National Homeless Persons’ Week  by drawing attention to the people locked out of Australian society, including the members of Australia’s First Peoples. "We welcome the Federal Government’s genuine commitment to halve...

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