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A marriage made in heaven

After an amazing grace the Elardes live with feet firmly on the ground Ask Sydney couple Paul and Juliana Elarde how they first met and prepare to hear a most unusual and inspiring story. The couple who live in the Sutherland Shire will mark their 10th...

Doctors urge ministers over youth gender treatments

Medical practitioners are urging health ministers to exercise caution on irreversible interventions

Archbishop Fisher OP: The Pope John Paul II I knew

Memories of a most influential and beloved pope Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP reveals the incredible personality and legacy of St John Paul II and his own memories of the saint in this exclusive interview with The Catholic Weekly to mark the centenary of his birth...

Anna’s messages transmit hope

Parishioner's work reveals the crucial role of plain English in saving lives during a pandemic.

Life to the full despite infertility pain

New book shares personal stories not often told in the Church.

Pope warns of potential for ‘viral genocide’

Pope praises countries that accept economic setbacks to save lives, issues stark message for others.

Pray and don’t panic urges diseases expert

Catholics should take care to limit virus spread and care for the vulnerable, says doctor.

Horsley Park bounces back

The Christmas spirit is alive and well at parish which was forced to cancel last years' display.

Bishop Peter Elliott: St John Henry Newman, a true son of Mary

His long life spanned the nineteenth century. John Henry Newman was born in London in 1801 and died in Birmingham in 1890.

From rich to poor, married to priest

When Father Bob Sheridan was four or five years old, electric trains only travelled as far as Parramatta. At midnight street lights went out and radios fell silent. Sydney’s Westmead, where his dad moved him, his mum and his younger brother John from NSW’s Riverina...