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Record crowds return to Walk With Christ

In prams and in wheelchairs, hand-in-hand and on foot, generations of Catholics from every Rite and religious order across Sydney converged together at the mother church as 15,000 witnesses this Corpus Christi.

Conversions and amazing encounters mark National Eucharistic Pilgrimage’s first 10 days

As we celebrate the feast of Corpus Christi today, many are experiencing conversion and the love of God as the National Eucharist Pilgrimage takes Jesus to the streets.

23 pilgrims on two-month Eucharistic pilgrimage will carry Jesus across the...

One of the largest Eucharistic pilgrimages in history will take place across the continental United States from 17 May to 16 July.

Q and A with Fr John Flader: Eucharistic Adoration

Dear Father, I have noticed that more parishes in Australia have Eucharistic adoration. Do we know how this practice developed in the Church? 

Prayers rise for peace in Holy Land as conflict worsens

Sydney’s Catholics answered Pope Francis’s call for a special day of fasting and prayer for peace on 27 October as death and destruction continued to rage in the Holy Land.

Rooty Hill parish is Adoration’s latest home

Establishing chapels of Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration has been Fr Hugh Thomas’ life’s work. A Redemptorist Missionary Priest for 57 years, he has inspired more than...

Families to flock to online Holy Hour in lockdown

Families across Sydney and beyond are warmly invited to an online Holy Hour on 30 September.

Sydney to host prayer for lockdown-weary hearts

Sister Anastasia Reeves OP is inviting all Sydney Catholics to an online Holy Hour for the spiritual needs of people and parishes.

Sydney prays in preparation for ‘Go Make Disciples’

Sydney parishes and other Eucharistic communities are being invited to participate in a prayer campaign with a new prayer card

Aussie priests take people to the Blessed Sacrament

I wonder now if all the themes raised for the 2020 Plenary will have any relevance post-Coronavirus?

What is a plenary indulgence?

By God's grace, participation in a prayer or action that has an indulgence attached to it brings about the necessary restoration and reparation without the suffering that would normally accompany it.

Simcha Fisher: Be quiet this Lent

What to do for Lent? That question reminds me of that old joke about the two seminarians. One of them asks the bishop if...
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