Archbishop Fisher has commended the British Supreme Court’s ruling upholding the religious freedom of an Irish bakery, saying a similar ruling would be unlikely in Australia.
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ACU and Sydney Catholic Schools are sending 21 high-achieving school leavers on a three-week immersion experience in Rome and London.
A devout Maronite Catholic will stand up for freedom of speech at the University of Sydney after being elected to the Senate in a landslide victory.
After taking her Final Vows as a Dominican Sister of St Cecilia, Sr Maria Joy Zeitoune OP, says she has “the best spouse ever”.
Ignite is pivotal for bringing young Catholics to Jesus, and the annual event is now coming to Sydney.
Igor Pletikosa has become one of the world’s youngest knights in one of the Church’s oldest orders. The twenty-five year-old said he feels “honoured and privileged” to have been made a Knight in an Order dating back to the Crusades in the 11th century. The Religious Education teacher at Mount Carmel College in Varroville, says […]
Sebastian Duhau is looking forward to the “sense of joy” and the “vibrancy” at the Synod on Youth this month in Rome.
Sr Mary Grace of Sydney says she’s never felt more free after making her First Profession as a Sister of Life in the USA.
Catholic priests in two states and one territory face legal sanctions for not reporting child sexual abuse revealed in confession.
Former Opposition leader, Mark Latham, has said legal protections of religious freedom should be consistent with the values of Western civilisation.
One of the most powerful Catholic youth conferences held in Australia each year is set to bring its evangelising spirit to Sydney in 2019.
Proud father of four and newly-elected Camden Mayor, Peter Sidgreaves, would like to see workers spending less time travelling to work, and more time with family. As a full-time IT Manager at Sydney Catholic Schools, Cr Sidgreaves travels two hours and 40 minutes every day. This means less time to spend with his wife Amy […]