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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.

Sydney in Mission: Calling Disciples of Christ

When the remaining disciples saw the risen Lord on Ascension Mount, Matthew tells us, “they worshipped Him; though some doubted” it was him. “Then Jesus...

Love’s hard yards

Loss has become one of the few things Cathi Sperring has found in life. She lost her partner in an accident; she lost two of...

The Faith Formation Lacuna: Missionary Disciples and the RCIA

Feedback from Plenary 2020 consultations across the nation reveals a widespread call from the faithful for ‘adult faith formation’.

No boring Christians please says Pope

The Church and the Gospel "will not go forward with boring, bitter evangelisers".

Planning for mission: the future of Sydney Archdiocese is underway

If evangelisation is the priority, our conversion is what leads to it A vision for the Archdiocese of Sydney When installed in November 2014, Archbishop Anthony...

Xavier Rynne II: Letters from the Synod for the Amazon Vol....

What Would John Paul II Have Said? Forty-one years ago today, the cardinal archbishop of Cracow, Karol Wojtyła, was elected Bishop of Rome, the first...

Redfern locals welcome the Word on the street

A group of Sydney Catholics are gently but confidently taking Jesus Christ to the streets of Redfern each month. The outreach run by the Emmanuel...
The Archdiocese of Sydney’s Parish 2020 Director Daniel Ang with Sherry Weddell. Photo: Helen Wagner

Friendship key to evangelising

Sherry Weddell has fired up 1000 parishes worldwide and now has great news for Sydney.

Aussie Catholic podcast launched

This Catholic Life is a weekly show featuring ordinary Aussie Catholics in extraordinary discussions.
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