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Walk with Christ—A moment for Catholic heroes

Even though, statistically speaking, many in the crowd would be struggling with bills, are in mortgage stress, and some even ridiculed by secular society for their faith, they shrugged off the trouble of the time and proudly took to the streets and said “we believe in Jesus Christ.”

Catholics march to one joyous beat

A chorus of unanimous rapture and joy arose from the 15 000 strong army of Catholics who marched through the city on 2 June for the Walk with Christ procession.

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.

Eucharistic Procession in Punchbowl

Hundreds of Maronite, Melkite and Roman Catholic faithful gathered for an outdoor Eucharistic procession for the feast of Corpus Christi on 8 June. The candlelit...

Walk with Christ 2023: Archbishop Fisher on adoration and witness

C.S. Lewis said that “In Heaven, everything is either silence or music.” The Christian God is the Word, the God who speaks. Yet, paradoxically, He dwelt voiceless in His mother’s womb for nine months, entered the world as a wordless baby, lived in obscurity in Nazareth for most of His life, and accomplished His redemptive work muted in His Passion and Tomb.

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

Feast unites the faithful

Melkites, Maronites and Roman Catholics process Blessed Sacrament in proud witness to their faith In an epic display of love of Christ present in the...

We walked with Him

Procession testifies to Christianity’s relevance - and vitality Christ walked the streets of Sydney with more than 13,000 disciples last Sunday in scenes not seen...

Drawing on their faith: students win Walk With Christ awards

On Monday 2 December Sydney Bishop Richard Umbers presented awards to the two winners of the inaugural Walk with Christ Banner Competition. The entries were...

Thousands join the Walk With Christ

City streets came to standstill as the procession made its way to St Mary’s Cathedral.
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