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Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP’s Easter Sunday Homily: Holy Stone

Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP's Homily for Easter Sunday of the Resurrection of the Lord at St Mary's Basilica, Sydney, on 31 March 2024.

Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP: Christ will comfort and confront

This is the edited text of the homily given by Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP for the 5th Sunday of Lent, Year B, and Opening of Catholic Institute of Sydney Academic Year at St Mary’s Cathedral, Sydney, 17 March 2024

Croatian ‘car maniacs’ revved up for God and neighbour

Over 100 muscle cars, hot rods and family cars, and nearly 30 motorbikes, took part in the second annual Croatian Pilgrimage Cruise starting at St Nikola Tavelic Church, St John’s Park on 10 February.

Why are you part of your parish? Why are you here?

At our Parishes for Mission Days we ask people to reflect on the same questions: “Why are you here? Why are you part of this parish?

Anthony Cleary: Despite suffering, we do enjoy life to the full

Even in the midst of life’s challenges, I find consolation in Jesus’ assurance that he came so that we might have “life to the...

Melto D’Moronoyo: Jesus is alive in our suffering

Whether miniscule or massive, hardships we encounter in our lives can trigger a cycle of doubt, anxiety, and loneliness. We can convince ourselves that we lack the graces required to ask God for help, or deem ourselves unworthy of aid.

Christ the answer in a world of suffering and poverty, says...

Don't be distracted at Christmas, Pope urges Christians; focus on Christ and pray for a suffering world

Patrick O’Shea: Constancy amid the chaos

By Patrick O’Shea Worries can burden us and wear us down. The answer is to look at our lives with eyes of faith Most people could...

St Mary Magdalene: apostle to the apostles

Mary Magdalene was saved because she loved very much, a love so extraordinary that it is recorded in the Holy Scriptures. Her name is mentioned...

Philippa Martyr: Welcome to the good Year of the Bull

Advent is when I suddenly realise that I’m tired. It’s also when I do my annual shame-cleaning (Schamreinigung) so that we can have people over for Christmas.

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Paul Catalanotto: You may not be evil, but don’t get ahead...

What does it mean to be a good person? Groups of people gather in pubs and university classrooms and announce themselves as “good persons.” Their criteria:...

Karl Schmude: The Easter yearning

Easter is an uncomfortable feast. Unlike Christmas, it dwells on death rather than life. While it finally celebrates the triumph of life over death,...
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