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Sydney Director for Evangelisation: Jesus and the Alpha Program

Despite the rapid changes and shifts of modernity, a regenerative Divine energy lies at the core of the Church.

A promise unfulfilled: apparent flaws in a Plenary discernment paper

Good, bad, or indifferent, something vital has not been addressed in any of them – the absolute necessity of the power of the Holy Spirit for any of them to bear any fruit.

Archbishop announces centre for evangelisation

Announcing the new Sydney Centre for Evangelisation, Archbishop Fisher said it will support parishes at a time of unexpected challenges and new opportunities to spread the Gospel.

Precisely which Church? A response to the Plenary Discernment papers

Going down this path would mean the Plenary Council risking creating an additional enormous layer of Church bureaucracy

The Church: Dwelling Place of the Holy Spirit

Not only does the Spirit make the Church one, it also leads the Church to be faithful, in ever deeper adherence to Christ.

St John Paul II: Someone the Church really needed

In looking upon John Paul II as a kind of hero, and acknowledging his personal holiness, we must not lose sight of his humanity, his struggles, his suffering

Engaging seekers and reaching the unchurched in a time of COVID-19

What if the parish didn’t disband the online streaming service as soon as doors opened but continued to invest in it?

Renewing our Parishes: Prayer is the Foundation

A deepening conversion to the Christ and his mission begins with – and relies upon – prayer

Parishes: Homes of Living Faith

From the second century, parishes – or paroikia in Greek – referred to local congregations of Christians who were “resident aliens” (not the intergalactic variety).

Sanctity: the unspoken question for Plenary 2020

Each of us, individually, is called to strive to live a life of service to God in the circumstances in which we find ourselves and the unique purpose He calls us to fulfil.
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