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Synod call to communion can help a fractured world, theologian says

The Catholic Church is called to be an instrument of communion with God and unity among all people, but it requires grace and "learning to 'bear with' reality, gently, generously, lovingly and courageously for the peace and salvation of the whole world."

Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP: Compassion in times of crisis

This is the edited text of the homily given by Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP at the Mass for Tuesday 24th Week in Ordinary Time, Year 1, Sancta Sophia College Chapel, Camperdown, 19 September 2023.

We’re here to help

As families face one of the financially toughest Christmases ever, charities and others reach out to help Charities are preparing to support a record number...

Staying Connected in Crisis

The last two years have seemed an endless barrage of crises that affect every aspect of our lives. From the bushfires in 2019/20, to COVID lockdowns, home learning, social unrest, the threat and reality of war in Ukraine, to the endless rains and flooding situation we are currently facing.

Sebastian Condon: Lessons in a kind-of crisis

By Sebastian Condon My recent re-entry into the dating pool after more than half a decade in religious life has brought with it some interesting...

Jesus overcomes every darkness, Archbishop tells those celebrating Easter

Come out of the tomb with me, Jesus says to all humanity today, Rise up to everlasting life and love!,” the Archbishop reminded worshippers on Easter Sunday morning.

Dealing with bad world news

It can sometimes feel like bad news follows us around. Phones, social media and WiFi make news spread like wildfire, and when something bad...
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