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Sydney Catholic Schools Boss goes Facebook LIVE

And we’re back! Schools are allowed to reopen from Monday 25 May. And with that fantastic news, Sydney Catholic Schools Executive Director Tony Farley in collaboration...

Year 12 2020- The year I didn’t see coming

The overall experience of isolation due to COVID-19 has been an especially interesting one, for me and most people in Australia. The experience is...

10 reasons you should visit your church today

For many Catholics across Sydney churches reopening, even only for small numbers, is the answer to all their prayers. Once again, we can gather with...

Life to the full despite infertility pain

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

Seafarers have a mate in a Sister

A SYDNEY sister is working around the clock to help the thousands of exhausted sea farers caught up in the centre of the COVID-19...

Faith connection beats isolation

Young Catholics are sharing how their faith is growing despite social distancing taking a toll.

Big questions: the Pandemic, our Mission and the New Evangelisation

this cataclysm has removed from our path artificial obstacles to new endeavours and underscored the part each of us can play as the baptised in the rebuilding of the new world that awaits

Keeping the Faith in a Covid19 world

With the suspension of Mass and so many of us isolated due to the current coronavirus pandemic, how do we pray at home as...

The faith behind the Wiggles

To be in the running to WIN 1 of 10 Wiggles prize packs containing a DVD, CD, plush toy, t-shirt, fan card and light...

Spotlight on relationship between faith and Catholic marriage

New Vatican document tackles ‘baptised nonbelievers’ Local Catholic leaders have welcomed a new document authorised by Pope Francis which highlights the need for greater formation...
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Simcha Fisher: Emotions are not the same as faith

Feeling guilty about not feeling devastated without Mass? It's been a long, dry spell. Many Catholics have never gone this long without receiving the Eucharist...