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Plenary voices: Sr Mary Julian Ekman RSM

Australia needs signs of hope! One sign is the dynamic witness given by priests, consecrated men and women, and lay faithful working together for...

Plenary voices: Hugo Ditroia

Today I come to fulfill a promise I made to the people of this diocese who contacted me from every corner of the Diocese...

Plenary voices: Dr Philippa Martyr

I spent some time listening to the livestream of the Plenary Council session of Wednesday 6 October, where small groups shared their three minutes...

Plenary voices: Sr Cecelia Joseph OP

From a secular point of view, the Catholic Church in Australia has outlived its usefulness. Health care for the poor, schools in the bush,...

Plenary voices: Deacon Colin Nunis

Addressing you from the land of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation. Considering the questions presented in the agenda centred on the Church’s ministry...

Plenary voices: Theresa Simon

Greetings from Darug Country. In 2015 Pope Francis wrote his encyclical Laudato Si', it is in my view prophetic. The science is clear, in coming years...

Plenary voices: Fr Michael de Stoop

In the voices of the Plenary members, I hear the continued growth in our awareness of how terrible was the violent and insensitive crimes...

Plenary voices: Sr Isabell Naumann

On principle, there is no profession that women cannot carry out, for in the words of Edith Stein, “no woman is solely a ‘woman,’...

Plenary voices: Fr Julian Wellspring

The Church and her faith moves into the future by way of the family, the family being integral to God's plan of redemption. For...

The centrality of Liturgy: A Chaldean Perspective

Two basic rules on this subject. First: liturgy is the life and heart of the Catholic Church, particularly for the Eastern Churches. It is the...
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Palliative care experts welcome NSW funding boost

Palliative care experts have welcomed the state government’s plans to boost the sector with an additional $743 million in funding over the next five...

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