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Formation series succeeds in making faith stick

For Lidia Krslovic and Anna Pace, coming together as a community to learn more about their faith has been an incredibly enriching experience.

A counter-cultural youth

At the recent 10:10 project conference, held on 13 September at the Waterview Function Centre at Sydney Olympic Park, Catholic youth were challenged to spend their time more wisely by living counter-culturally, coming back to God and the sacraments.

Fr Ben Saliba: Reclaiming devotion to the Sacred Heart

The month of June is traditionally associated with devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. How many of us have an image of the Sacred Heart in our homes? Amongst the posters of sports stars and celebrities in your children’s bedrooms, and between the family photos and shopping lists, the Sacred Heart of Jesus deserves a place on your wall.

Fr Benjamin Saliba: Let’s reclaim Sunday for God

As a newly-ordained priest I am quickly learning that without a balanced lifestyle it can all fall apart very quickly. Not that it has—although at times it feels very close. I am very thankful for my seminary formation and training which taught me balance is necessary for all things in life.

Walking in the Footsteps of Christ

On the outskirts of Sydney, set in acres of tranquil bushland, is the hidden gem of the St Joseph Conference Centre at Bringelly. It is home to not only conference facilities and a Memorial Park but also the most beautiful life-sized white statues depicting the Stations of the Cross. 

New formation series takes Bonnyrigg parishioners deeper into their faith

In a culture where the phrase “thoughts and prayers” has often become more of a cliche or “I’ll pray for you” can even be expressed as judgement, one parish community has been challenged to go deeper into tradition and experience the true power of Christ-centred prayer.

Precious moments at first Masses

Sydney celebrated its five new clergy at first Masses on Sunday 7 August with words of praise and thanksgiving for the enduring gift of...
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