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Nearly 300 catechumens seeking baptism and candidates hoping to be received into full communion, were presented to Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP on 18 February at the Rite of Election at St Mary’s Cathedral.
Nearly 300 catechumens seeking baptism and candidates hoping to be received into full communion, were presented to Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP on 18 February at the Rite of Election at St Mary’s Cathedral.
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Climbing the Sycamore Tree – Season 1 Episode 3

This week, I'll be thinking through the moral arguments for and against capital punishment. I'll discuss the Holy See's Declaration Fiducia Supplicans On the...

RE Search Episode 35: Palm Sunday and the Garden of Gethsemane. Describing why we wave palms and shout Hosanna on Palm Sunday

Palm Sunday and the Garden of Gethsemane. Describing why we wave palms and shout Hosanna on Palm Sunday, and exploring what Jesus said and...

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Are the ‘Nones’ a sign of decline or God at work in the world?

Celebrated theologian and philosopher Monsignor Tomáš Halík shared his insights and experience on ministering to atheists and spiritual seekers with Australian audiences this month.

Elders and youngsters join forces to learn

Young and old are bridging the generational gap with joy, laughter and important lessons as they come together each week at St Aloysius.

Asbestos crisis closes Domremy Catholic College, with other Catholic sites affected

Domremy Catholic College in Five Dock is among dozens of public sites across New South Wales forced to close in an unfolding asbestos-contamination crisis.

RE Search Episode 35: Palm Sunday and the Garden of Gethsemane. Describing why we wave palms and shout Hosanna on Palm Sunday

Palm Sunday and the Garden of Gethsemane. Describing why we wave palms and shout Hosanna on Palm Sunday, and exploring what Jesus said and did in...

From dawn to dusk, Sydney returns to church for ashes and a new beginning

Thousands of Catholics visited Sydney’s CBD churches on Ash Wednesday. The renewed their faith for many different reasons, but all left with the ashes that mark them as Christ’s disciples

Czech scholar Tomáš Halík: Take the ‘nones’ and seekers seriously

“Evangelisation without inculturation is just indoctrination,” Czech theologian and expert on the 'Nones' and 'spiritual seekers' Msgr Tomáš Halík told Australian audiences this month.

Court ruling confirms Catholic Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust’s charitable status

“This has now brought clarity to the situation and enables Catholic Cemeteries to continue to carry on this important corporal work of mercy for the people of Sydney, as we have done so successfully for over 157 years,” CMCT chief executive officer Lauren Hardgrove said.
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