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Plenary voices: Daniel Ang – Initial Reflections on a Plenary Council...

Having served as a war-time correspondent, the American broadcaster Edward R. Murrow could declare in the face of the world’s complexity, “Anyone who isn’t...

Reasons for faith, hope in a disrupted Church

The Archbishop of Melbourne, Peter Comensoli believes the current extended lockdown in much of eastern Australia represents an unprecedented opportunity for Catholics to draw...

Discerning the Church with the Church at the Fifth Plenary Council...

On 3 October the fifth Plenary Council of Australian will commence, a historic opportunity for the Catholic Church in Australia to renew its commitment to the mission of Jesus Christ.

Form new partnerships, be bold for evangelisation

Now is not a time for settling for the status quo in Church life – it’s a time for priests and parishioners to partner...

Conversion, partnerships will drive mission in the new evangelisation, says expert

It’s a time for priests and parishioners to partner in a new evangelisation, Wagga priests were told as they gathered on 20 July.

Stopping sacramental ‘freefall’ with Go Make Disciples plan

Archbishop Fisher looks mission plan to renew church life across Sydney.

Catholics welcome launch of Go Make Disciples

Catholics of Sydney welcomed the launch of the new archdiocesan mission plan Go Make Disciples.

Archbishop’s new Mission Plan is a vision for all to become...

Those foundations emerged out of the ‘Parish 2020’ process that drilled down as far as possible to assess who and what makes up the Church in Sydney

The adventure of faith we are called to

Daniel Ang is the Director of the Sydney Centre for Evangelisation, charged by Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP to bring to completion his Mission Plan...

Plenary ‘map’ is well in hand, says President

The Instrumentum Laboris (rough translation: the work tool) is not an indicator of what the conclusions of the Plenary will be.
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