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Use of the term Catholicity (or Catholicism) in Christianity

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Catholicity or catholicism is a concept that encompasses the beliefs and practices of numerous Christian denominations, most notably those that describe themselves as Catholic in accordance with the Four Marks of the Church, as expressed in the Nicene Creed of the First Council of Constantinople in 381: "[I believe] in one, holy, catholic, and apostolic Church."


Push to lift scrutiny of Catholic school spending

As state treasury increases its monitoring of public school spending, its lack of oversight of Catholic Schools' budgeting has been revealed.
The Age - Published

Former New Mexico priest gets 30 years for child sexual abuse

A former Roman Catholic priest who fled to Morocco before he was returned to the United States and convicted of sexually abusing an altar boy in New Mexico in the 1990s was sentenced on Friday to 30..
Reuters - Published

Pope says he prays U.S.-led schism can be thwarted

Pope Francis said on Tuesday he prayed that dissent from American Catholic conservatives would not lead to a schism in the Church and that he was willing to listen to critics and make corrections if..
Reuters - Published

Israel Folau's cousin let go from teaching job at prestigious Catholic school

The school's decision came after the Herald revealed Josiah Folau's involvement in the 30-member Jesus Christ Church founded by his uncle, Pastor Eni.
The Age - Published

Pope to canonize British Catholic luminary John Henry Newman

Cardinal John Henry Newman, one of the most influential and controversial Christian figures of the 19th century and a leading Anglican before converting to Catholicism, will be made a saint, the..
Reuters - Published

She’s 83 and a famous nun. Australia’s Catholic Leaders want her to stay away

Sister Joan Chittister, a well-known American feminist, was planning to speak at a Catholic conference in Melbourne, but the archbishop apparently intervened.
SBS - Published

Pope puts first African-American priest, an ex-slave, on path to sainthood

Pope Francis on Wednesday put Father Augustine Tolton, the first African-American Catholic priest who started life as a slave in the 19th century U.S. South, on the path to sainthood.
Reuters - Published

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