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Give us this day our daily bread

Sixteen years ago Marcel De Maria heard a call to “Go out and give bread.” Together with his old school friends Nick Tropea and Valerian Rego, they founded a charity that with the help of Catholic parishes and schools gives more than 10,000 people doing it tough their daily bread.

The Good Charities Guide 2023

The Good Charities Guide 2023 'The Good Charities Guide' is for readers located across Sydney, NSW and interstate who are looking to support a suitable...

Homily for Mass for the Fourth Sunday of Lent (Laetare Sunday),...

Mr Beast is the YouTube moniker of 24-year-old American internet sensation, Jimmy Donaldson. After a youth misspent watching silly video clips, he decided to go viral himself...

Patrick O’Shea: The Catholic way: unity in diversity

By Patrick O'Shea As we approach the end of the year, I can almost hear people of all ages crying that the year has passed...

Tragedies spur new group on

In 2017 Tannous Daher died as he lived, while doing one of his routine acts of charity. The 83-year-old Maronite Catholic grandfather was helping his...

Mission runs on Maronite power

By Ann-Marie Boumerhe More than 400 people came together for the Maronites on Mission (MOM) annual gala held last Friday night to raise more than...

Beginning the works of light

By Dr Biju Jose OSH Light is a very important metaphor in the Bible. It is among the first things created by God (Gen 1:3-4)....

Monica Doumit: An ever pastoral shepherd

Earlier this week I was invited to join Father Frank Brennan SJ and Gerard Henderson at the Sydney Institute to discuss the upcoming two-year anniversary of Cardinal George Pell’s unanimous acquittal by the High Court in Australia.

Rallying behind Lismore

There may be almost 800 kilometres between Kingsgrove and Lismore, but a Year 12 student is doing everything she can to bridge that gap by supporting the northern NSW community devastated by the recent floods.

Religious freedom benefits all of us

For several years, I volunteered with the Capuchin Franciscan Friars’ coffee van ministry each Friday and Saturday night. A small group of ...

A little kindness goes a long way

Despite a challenging year due to COVID, the community of St Patrick’s Sutherland spread a pandemic of kindness, bringing joy and dignity to families in need.

Students awarded for putting faith into action

More than 1100 primary students have been awarded the Pope Francis Medal for putting their faith in action and making important contributions to their...
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