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Catholics contribute ideas ahead of Rome assembly

Australia’s Catholics have provided a wealth of ideas on how to improve the way the Church listens to the faithful and promotes its message in the community.

Philippa Martyr: How do Aussie Catholics rate their bishops’ leadership?

The Catholics in Australia 2022 survey asked people two optional questions about how they rated church leadership—the Australian bishops generally, and their own local...

The need for fathers who listen and teach

The second assembly of the fifth Plenary Council of Australia has now begun. An historic moment for the Church in Australia, several years of...

Fr Peter Smith: Re-establishing our credibility

It is our many good works which should speak for us On 11 January this year, Archbishop Mark Coleridge of Brisbane and President of the...

Call for prayers after death of Archbishop Philip Wilson

Former Wollongong, Adelaide leader ministered for 45 years News of the death of Archbishop Philip Wilson, former Bishop of Wollongong and Archbishop of Adelaide, has been...

Our Lady: Mother and Disciple of the Church

“Full of grace” it is Mary who models for us the sanctified Christian and the sanctified Church, created and called to holiness and fruitfulness in Christ. Mary emerges as the mother of that body of which she is also spiritually a daughter.

Bishop O’Regan to lead Adelaide archdiocese

Adelaide's archbishop-elect has a deep Josephite spirituality and appointed on special day.

Bishop Richard Umbers: Christ first, always

The Australian bishops’ Ad Limina pilgrimage to Rome was deeply meaningful During the last half of June, all the Bishops of Australia gathered in Rome...

Pope encourages Australian bishops

Bishops experience a moment of grace Australia’s Catholic bishops have described their long-overdue meeting with Pope Francis in Rome as ‘frank’, ‘emotional’ and ‘deeply encouraging’. Almost...

Time for courage, compassion as dying law takes effect say bishops

By Marilyn Rodrigues and Natasha Marsh Victoria’s bishops declare they will not cooperate with euthanasia Victorians who oppose euthanasia and assisted suicide are now conscientious objectors...

Church, welfare leaders call out wage crisis

The minimum wage situation is in crisis, say Church and welfare leaders who are sounding the alarm on the impossible situation of Australia’s low-income...
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