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Abp Mark Coleridge
Archbishop Mark Coleridge is the leader of the Archdiocese of Brisbane. All tweets written by Archbishop Mark except those signed ArchComms.
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Abp Mark Coleridge 6h
"Today, on this third day, we have to focus and make decisions on action ..." ahead of today's third day of the Vatican summit.
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Abp Mark Coleridge Feb 22
Replying to @MassimoFaggioli
What about “Secretariat for Integrity in the Church”?
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Abp Mark Coleridge Feb 21
Replying to @mgrandrew
Molte grazie!
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Abp Mark Coleridge Feb 21
There’s serious movement at the station as Day 1 is about to begin. 🙏
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Abp Mark Coleridge Feb 21
"Thanks for all the messages and particularly the prayers. I'm very conscious of this gathering being one that floats on the prayer of the Church around the world." A message from Archbishop Mark as he headed into today's opening session of the Vatican summit.
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Abp Mark Coleridge retweeted
The Catholic Leader Feb 20
Coleridge has joined more than 200 Catholic bishops from around the world at the summit from February 21-24 to address the issue of clergy sexual abuse. “The time for words is long, long past,” Archbishop Coleridge said.
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Abp Mark Coleridge retweeted
Catholic Bishops Feb 18
Archbishop Mark Coleridge has released a video message on the eve of the Vatican summit on the protection of minors via
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Abp Mark Coleridge Feb 18
Replying to @ebruenig
Yes, I realise that but not in the way of this odd film...I really thought poor Queen Anne deserved something better.
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Abp Mark Coleridge Feb 18
Replying to @ebruenig
Strange. I found it a dark unfunny farce, light on history and heavy on caricature, ham-fisted in its treatment of key themes like sex and power, a dystopian extravaganza with nothing much at its centre...but obviously you saw it with different eyes.
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Abp Mark Coleridge Feb 18
Replying to @MassimoFaggioli
Si vede...
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Abp Mark Coleridge Feb 18
Replying to @MassimoFaggioli
Essendo tradizionale, io non lo faccio...
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Abp Mark Coleridge Feb 17
Replying to @InMoree
Watch that indigestion! Welcome back after the seductive langours of dolce far niente.
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Abp Mark Coleridge Feb 17
Replying to @robinrome
It wasn’t me, sir...
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Abp Mark Coleridge Feb 17
Replying to @robinrome
I love the tone of this tweet...sounds like the school Headmaster, censorious and minatory. Come on, then...own up!
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Abp Mark Coleridge Feb 15
Replying to @crcc0206 @houghhough
No, Catholics have...well, catholic taste. They can hold artistic glory and cloying kitsch together. You often enough get them side by side in Italian churches. Sounds odd, I know, but there it is.
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Abp Mark Coleridge retweeted
Brisbane Catholic Feb 12
The Archdiocese has started an appeal for the victims of the Townsville flood. You can make a tax-deductible gift that will be designated to families & individuals suffering hardship after their homes and businesses were flooded. Donate here:
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Brisbane Catholic Feb 14
Four fresh faces have found their with the Sisters of St Paul de Chartres, wedding Christ in their perpetual profession at St Stephen’s Cathedral on February 2. Read:
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Abp Mark Coleridge Feb 14
Replying to @_BenMyers_
He probably had a few more assistants than you have...something to aim for.
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Abp Mark Coleridge Feb 13
Replying to @GibsonWrites
Midrash...
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Abp Mark Coleridge Feb 11
Some wouldn’t even buy a burger...you better stick to vegan.
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