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Simcha Fisher: You can always come back

One Sunday afternoon, I posted on Facebook: "Reasons the Fishers left their pew this morning: Had to go to the bathroom. Also had to go to the...

Simcha Fisher: Catholicism without Christ

More and more secular women are discovering that they can use technology to track their natural biomarkers, helping them make informed choices about their...

Love for Mary stops traffic

There was great food, flair and faith at Five Dock's annual Ferragosto street party.

First Catholic day care centre for Sydney

Families battling cost of living pressures have called a new not-for-profit preschool and long day care centre introduced in south-west Sydney “a godsend’. Established by...

Youth prepare to Ignite Sydney

Preparations are underway for popular Catholic youth conference coming to Sydney for the first time.

Newtown parish celebrates 150 years in style

For 150 years a beautiful stone church named for St Joseph has been the sacred place for generations of Sydney Catholics in the heart...

We’ve lost. But don’t panic, urges Dreher

Rod Dreher says Western Civilisation is over - but most Christians haven’t cottoned on to that. Yet they’re essential to the future. So what...

The Pompiers and the Cross

Family friends in Paris live in an apartment just short of the corner where the Boulevard St Germain reaches the Seine. It is on...

Students ask bishops to keep the faith

Catholic uni students have called upon bishops to publically reject heterodox submissions to the Plenary Council.

Surviving and thriving at University

By Tony Mattar The time has finally come – your child is preparing to set off for university and, as a parent, your role is...
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Bishop Peter Elliott: St John Henry Newman, a true son of...

His long life spanned the nineteenth century. John Henry Newman was born in London in 1801 and died in Birmingham in 1890.

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