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Varieties of service, but the same Lord

An eminent physicist and former parliamentarian are among five extraordinary Sydney Catholics who received Papal honours.

Next generation looks for Purpose

In the church car park of St Joachim’s in Lidcombe, 200 young Catholics are bracing for a thunderstorm. They’ve gathered for a night of adoration and discussion at Fidelis, a young adult event organised by the Sydney Centre for Evangelisation.

Philippa Martyr: The stats tell the story on priestly ordinations

Did you know that we’ve ordained nearly 1500 priests in Australia in the last 50 years? I didn’t know this until I got an email from Jamie Wright, a journalist at The Australian.

New book highlights Australian Catholics whose visions informed collective action

The Catholic community in Australia has had its share of sinners and shameful moments but these don’t detract from its heroes and heroines, who helped to shape the country as we know it today, says Sydney’s Professor James Franklin.

Newman’s rich legacy

Saint would recognise social hostility to faith of our own time, says Archbishop Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP says Australian Catholics have much to learn from...

Making sense of faith in the census

On 27 July the National Centre for Pastoral Research and Christian Research Australia held a webinar to break down the 2021 Census Data, with...

Confirmed in Love with Sydney’s Aboriginal Catholic Ministry

A celebration as a rite-of-passage within the unique Aboriginal Catholic heritage.

No easy answers as Plenary papers released

Archbishop Timothy Costelloe SDB released six discernment papers on Pentecost Sunday in a step towards the fifth Plenary Council of Australia. The documents are the...
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