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Saintly, learned man farewelled

by PETER GRACE
A baby born to Irish farmers in 1924 ended up living as a saint in New Zealand, according to his eulogist, Fr Stuart Sellar. [more]

Educator and ‘loving workaholic’ sure to be living it up in heaven

by NZ CATHOLIC staff
Catholic educator and author Brendan Warwick Schollum was laid to rest on September 24 at the Puhoi cemetery — although family and friends knew him as someone so full of life, they can hardly see him as resting. [more]

Lay servant Maurice left a fine lifetime legacy

by LYNDSAY FREER
AUCKLAND — After an outstanding life of service to family, Church and community, papal knight Maurice Boland died in Auckland on August 26. While suffering from cancer for the past
three years, Mr Boland continued to serve on diocesan organisations to within days of his death. [more]

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Appetiser served with spicy notes

by NEVIL GIBSON

India is one of the world’s biggest film producing nations, but Bollywood’s prolific output doesn’t thrive beyond the Indian diaspora. [more]

Worthwhile and sound, solid advice

LETTER TO MY BROTHERS — Words of Hope and Challenge for Priests by Stephen. J. Rossetti (Ave Maria Press, 2013, supplied by Pleroma Christian Supplies); $32.50. Reviewed
by Fr MICHAEL DOOLEY. [more]

Italian films reflect social crisis

by NEVIL GIBSON
The former glories of Italian cinema were on grand display in La Grande Bellezza (The Great
Beauty) earlier this year. [more]

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