Pope Francis formally recognised Pope Paul VI, Archbishop Oscar Romero, and five others, as saints of the Catholic Church on 14 October.
By Fr Josh Miechels A hidden gem is soon to finish in Sydney. Artes Christi’s theatrical production of TS Eliot’s Murder in the Cathedral directed by Donald Macdonald is currently being performed in Surry Hills […]
Thousands of faithful pilgrims get ready to witness the October 14 canonisation of Blesseds Oscar Romero and Paul VI.
Australia is one step closer to getting its next saint with the Vatican advancing the cause for the beatification of Sydney woman Eileen O’Connor by awarding her the title Servant of God.
Last weekend, I was in South Australia delivering several talks with theme of: “It’s tough being Catholic sometimes.” Planned months ago, I didn’t realise that these talks would occur in advance of what is probably […]
While the rest of the world is becoming more religious, the West is descending into an “eccentric” cul-de-sac of unbelief, says Greg Sheridan, Foreign Editor of The Australian. This is a dangerous road for the […]
Parishioners of St Canices, Kings Cross, celebrated the feast of St Ignatius with a number of moving liturgies last weekend that highlighted their connection with their sister parish and schools in East Timor. Several students […]
As Theologian to the Papal Household, Fr Wojciech Giertych OP casts the last “theological eye” over all papal documents before they are placed in the hands of the Pope for his final sign-off. He offers […]
To date Tony Mattar has handed out 148,000 Miraculous Medals. Not your average, standard-sized Miraculous Medals, but the large, super-sized ones that many Maronite Catholics like to wear around their necks. What would compel a […]
Pope Francis added an Italian teenager to the list of people he will formally recognise as saints on 14 October during the month-long meeting of the world Synod of Bishops on young people. During an […]
Exactly ten years to the day—18 July 2018—Ricky Peterson of Kansas City knelt once more at the tomb of Mary MacKillop, this time with a prayer of thanksgiving for the seemingly miraculous event that had […]
Pope Francis has set in motion the process toward canonisation of two teenagers who displayed heroic Christian virtues during their short lives, one of whom used his computer skills to catalogue Eucharistic miracles months before […]