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    In politics both in Australia and overseas, leadership is found wanting. Reported by The Age 5 hours ago.

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  • The Missing, Back in Very Small Business, Ambulance Australia, Will and Grace Reported by Brisbane Times 5 hours ago.

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    Head coach Justin Langer urged his batsmen to use their feet in Test matches following his side's 373-run defeat against Pakistan, to lose the two-Test series 1-0. Reported by News24 5 hours ago.

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    On Bondi Beach on Friday morning, with the royals as a backdrop, I was interested to see how many people came up to me to endorse remarks made earlier by one of the lifesavers. Reported by Brisbane Times 2 hours ago.

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    Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex spoke on stage about his future baby [Getty] Prince Harry spoke out about his wife Meghan Markle's pregnancy during a speech at the opening ceremony for the Invictus Games in Sydney.  The Duke and Duchess of Susex attended the ceremony during their royal tour of Australia, with Prince Harry taking to the stage to give a speech as a patron of the Invictus Games.  During his speech, the charming royal told the crowd of how he and his wife ... Reported by OK! 4 hours ago.

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    Kate Middleton swore by one particular maternity brand during her pregnancy [Getty] Just days after Princess Eugenie’s wedding, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry announced they were expecting their first child. On the other hand, Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton has recently returned to her royal duties after giving birth to her third baby with husband Prince William. Although the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are down under on their tour of Australia, Meghan is already ... Reported by OK! 4 hours ago.

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    Vatican City, Oct 20, 2018 / 08:47 am (CNA/EWTN News).- As the youth synod wrapped up its third week, the bishops and auditors discussed the sexual abuse crisis in parts of the world and how to respond to young people experiencing same-sex attraction.

    At a press briefing Oct. 20, Archbishop Peter Comensoli of Melbourne said the sexual abuse crisis, the failure of leadership to address abuse appropriately, and the failure of bishops to listen to and believe victims, have come up consistently in synod discussions since day one.

    He said he believes one of the key things going forward is the need to apologize for failures, to acknowledge shortcomings, and to start implementing better practices. He noted that in Australia, they have had protocols in place for around 20 years for the accountability of bishops.

    Cardinal Blase Cupich, the archbishop of Chicago, said that if someone came forward with an accusation, or there was a charge against him, he would welcome an investigation and would not stand in its way.

    What the bishops are hearing from young people, he said, is the need for accountability and transparency – that no one, especially clerics, are exempt from being held accountable for the actions or inactions.

    Though the abuse crisis is “not on the front burner in some countries,” Cupich continued, “the bishops are seeing that it needs to be addressed well” and that it should include the laity, with their presence on review boards.

    He also pointed out that many of the bishops present for the synod are the president of their local bishops’ conference and will therefore be back in Rome in February 2019 for a summit addressing abuse prevention.

    He said he sees these conversations as a springboard for going forward. Though he said Catholics will have to wait and see how the Vatican organizes the February meeting of bishops, he has a lot of confidence in Pope Francis as “a man of action,” who will want concrete things to come out it.

    “Yes, there’s a lot of anger out there,” Cupich stated, “but beneath that anger is a lot of sadness, a sadness that the Church should be better and should get this right.”

    As part of the Synod of Bishops Oct. 3-28, small language groups presented reports on their discussion of the third part of the working document, called the Instrumentum laboris, for the assembly on young people, faith, and vocational discernment.

    In the small group chaired by Cardinal Cupich, and which Comensoli and Cardinal John Ribat of Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea are a part of, they discussed the issue of young Catholics who experience same-sex attraction or gender dysphoria, proposing that there be a separate section for this issue in the final document of the synod.

    The main objective of the section should be “pastoral accompaniment of these people which follows the lines of the relevant section of the Catechism of the Catholic Church,” the report states.

    In the press briefing Oct. 20, Cupich said a number of the short speeches of synod participants, and small groups, have said they want the final report to say something inclusive of everyone and to address young people with same-sex attraction.

    “I was asked a question: what is the final document going to have to say to people who have same-sex attraction, have this aspect to their life? My answer was I think the whole document has something to say to everybody,” Cupich said.

    “We wanted to make sure everyone felt included by what we say. So whatever form that takes, our small group was for it.”

    The cardinal also referred people to research presented in the John Jay report, which he said shows that the root of priestly sexual abuse is not homosexuality, but many different causes.  

    Cardinal Ribat said they want to communicate that the Church is a home where everyone is welcome and accepted. He said young people have shared their experiences very freely and encouraged bishops to address it, “in the language they are using.”

    They say, “call us and address us as this because this is who we are,” Ribat said.

    The bishops were asked to clarify what they meant by welcoming and accepting young people with same-sex attraction. Bishop Alain de Raemy, auxiliary of Lausanne, Geneve, and Fribourg, Switzerland, said he is concerned with transmitting the Gospel to those who do not know it, and those who want to be Christian, but do not feel represented by the LGBT question.

    Archbishop Comensoli said it is about recognizing that everyone is a sinner, and everyone needs to be found by God and receive his love.

    “We are also the sinners who are called to be at the foot of the cross in our lives. So, in the sense of welcoming, of receiving, and of entering into the friendship of Christ, we also take our lives, me included, to the foot of the cross. And that’s every single person,” he said.

    So, when he speaks with friends who might be homosexual or struggling with their sexual identity, he said, he speaks to the “with the friendship of Christ, as I ought to. And as a friend, I say, how do we progress together to the foot of the cross.”

    Addressing a concern expressed by many people before the start of the synod, that the Instrumentum laboris was too concerned with sociological ideas and terminology, rather than with the language of faith, Comensoli said he has seen a real shift in the last week of discussions, away from sociology and toward an incorporation of the teachings of the Church, theologians, Scripture, and saints.

      Reported by CNA 4 hours ago.

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    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle wear casual outfits and applaud the competitors during the JLR Drive Day at Cockatoo Island on Saturday (October 20) in Sydney, Australia. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who are expecting their first child, attended the opening ceremony for the Invictus Games later that night at the Sydney Opera House. [...] Reported by Just Jared 4 hours ago.

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    Pakistan's newest wicket hunter Mohammad Abbas was showered with praise on Saturday after rocking Australia with 17 wickets in the two Tests in Abu Dhabi. Reported by DNA 4 hours ago.

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    Pakistan's newest wicket hunter Mohammad Abbas was showered with praise after rocking Australia with 17 wickets in the two Tests in Abu Dhabi. Reported by News24 4 hours ago.

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    The BCCI on Saturday announced a 15-member India Women 'A' team, mostly made up of senior side players, for the T20 series against Australia 'A' to be played here from Monday. Reported by DNA 3 hours ago.

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    [India], Oct 20 (ANI): The All India Women's Selection Committee has picked up a 15-member India A squad for the upcoming T20 series against Australia A, slated to begin from October 22. Reported by Sify 3 hours ago.

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    Brendan Rodgers: Scott Brown 'focused' on Celtic despite Melbourne interest BBC Local News: Glasgow and West Scotland -- Scott Brown is "focused" on Celtic despite being linked with interest from Australia, says Brendan Rodgers. Reported by BBC Local News 2 hours ago.

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    Prince Harry, Meghan Markle launch Invictus Games in Australia Prince Harry scaled the Sydney Harbor Bridge on Friday to boost a flag marking the arriving of the Invictus Video games, his brainchild and the point of interest of his present royal excursion of Australia and the South Pacific. The wearing tournament, based by means of Harry in 2014, begins on Saturday. It provides ill … Reported by The News Articles 2 hours ago.

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    A swing of more than 20 percent against the sitting party propels independent candidate Kerryn Phelps to victory; of the 150 seats in the House of Representatives, Liberals now hold 75 Reported by Haaretz 9 minutes ago.

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    A world-first surveillance tool that tracks adverse reactions to vaccinations will soon monitor every vaccine on the national immunisation program (NIP). Reported by Brisbane Times 7 hours ago.

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    An eye catching fish sculpture made from recycled beverage containers has arrived at Brisbane’s King George Square to raise awareness of Queensland’s container refund scheme. Reported by Brisbane Times 6 hours ago.

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    The luxury car marker says Australia could be the world leader in electric vehicle technology, but a lack of government incentives is holding back the sector. Reported by Brisbane Times 6 hours ago.

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