- Advertisement -
Home Tags Catholics

Tag: Catholics

Catholics honoured with Dempsey Medal

Archbishop Fisher's annual award celebrates individuals' faithful service to parishes.

Statue a labour of love for Joseph

The sign from above that graced a Sydney man's ordinary work day, and life since.

Dr Kathleen Turner: Too old, too young, single

There is no doubt that issues of isolation and disconnectedness are becoming increasingly prevalent in our society. There is intensifying public dialogue on mental...

Wiggle Manager “really chuffed” by honour

The manager of The Wiggles and former lead singer of The Cockroaches was appointed a Member of the Order of Australia

Catholics of every background feature in Australia Day awards

Australian Catholics featured among those recognised for significant service and leadership in the community in this year’s  Australia Day Honours

Anna Krohn: The age of unbelief

Way back in what we imagine were the catechetically intact 1950s, the brilliant and irrepressible Catholic writer and Southerner, (Mary) Flannery O’Connor, was listening...

‘ALP-Greens win would be a disaster for Catholics’

In relation to religious freedom and the inherent right faith-based schools and organisations have to remain true to their faith Catholics have every right...
- Advertisement -

FEATURES

Cabin Mass a High Point

The Shire landscaper is one of thousands of people watching the online offerings by Cronulla’s St Aloysius, and he says he has never felt...

MOST POPULAR