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One family’s joyful Walk with Christ

For the Sarmientos, Sydney’s annual Corpus Christi procession is an opportunity to enrich and share faith.

Students set to raise voices for Corpus Christi

Chant has been called the highest art form in the church and on 2 June St Mary’s Cathedral will again echo with the sound of sacred chants spanning centuries, at the annual Corpus Christi procession and Mass.

Corpus Christi celebrations return home to major Basilicas this year

Pope Francis will return to St John Lateran and St Mary Major to preside over the Solemnity of Corpus Christi on 2 June, after 7 years away.

Thousands set to take to the streets as procession season sweeps...

Thousands of Sydneysiders are preparing to take their faith to the streets in two of the biggest public professions of faith on the Catholic calendar. As Sydney braces for a festival of faith, a new documentary by the Archdiocese of Sydney celebrates the history of Catholic processions in the city.

Eucharistic miracle may be mundane

Australia might have to keep praying for its first Eucharistic miracle, after claims of a “bleeding” host in a Melbourne Catholic parish seem to have been more mundane than miraculous. Unconfirmed social media reports circulating for the last month claimed that St Paul’s Catholic Church in Melbourne’s Sunshine West had been the site of a Eucharistic miracle on 14 May, Divine Mercy Sunday.

Walk with Christ 2023: Four Sydney Catholics return to where Corpus...

Fr Bijoy Joseph joined three other Sydney Catholics at the historic epicentre of Eucharistic devotion, where Corpus Christi began

Walk with Christ 2023: More processions please, we’re Catholic!

If this year's Walk with Christ underlined anything, it's that we're not going to get very far in the new evangelisation without lots of processions

Walk with Christ 2023 draws more than 10,000 for witness, prayer...

Starting with a festival in Martin Place, the 2023 Corpus Christi procession drew Catholics of all ages and nationalities to walk with Christ

Philippa Martyr: Middle-aged Catholics have Eucharistic problems

It’s Corpus Christi, which is a great time to be Catholic in public, as well as private. I love Eucharistic processions, because when I was growing up in the 1970s and 1980s, I hardly ever saw one. Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament had really dropped out of fashion.

Patrick O’Shea: Our heavenly home is where the heart is

Anyone who has watched Monty Python’s Life of Brian can hardly forget the classic scene where John Cleese’s centurion gives a Latin lesson to Graham Chapman’s Brian. It took a bit of study, but I now know the proper translation for “Romans go home” is “Romani ite domum,” not “Romanes eunt domus,”

Walk With Christ documentary shows the beauty and power of Corpus...

A short documentary on the popular Walk With Christ procession shows the importance of Eucharistic processions in a secular age

Marli touches greatness as her school’s first sports rep

By Tasmyn Haynes Marli Mayne showed she is a star in the making after being selected into the Sydney Catholic Schools (SCS) U15 touch football...
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