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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...

Sydney goes from rowdy to reverent

About 6000 Sydney Catholics from every background and every age knelt in silent prayer.

Archbishop calls faithful to adoration against NSW abortion

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Fy7nrWGy8w 65 hours Adoration in St Mary's In the midst of a political campaign to rush one of the most extreme abortion laws ever seen in...

“The greatest way to spend time this side of heaven”

A group of Catholic students at UTS began their 2019 university year by spending a weekend away with God.

Simcha Fisher: Confirmation candidates need Eucharistic Adoration

Never mind community service hours. Confirmation candidates should be required to log a certain number of Eucharistic Adoration hours. 100% serious. That's what I tweeted...
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