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Relationships at a crossroads, Evert says

On the eve of his arrival in Australia, Catholic author and speaker Jason Evert believes families are at a crossroads of culture and faith.

Updated: Court ruling on telehealth euthanasia ‘win for commonsense’ says Bishops’...

A Federal Court judge has ruled that euthanasia by telehealth is illegal, a decision welcomed by Bishop Timothy Harris of Townsville

Music, mateship and a meal bring joy to Sydneysiders on the...

The annual Street Feast was held to celebrate the seventh World Day of the Poor in St Mary’s Cathedral's forecourt on 17 November 2023.

Christians shelter in ‘Gaza Ark’ despite demands to evacuate

As the death toll in Gaza passes 8000 and Israeli forces enter a deadly “second stage” of their war with Hamas, the only Catholic church in Gaza is sheltering 700 Christian refugees despite daily demands from the Israeli military to evacuate.

Synod report muted on hot-button issues, yet signals deeper shifts

While hot-button issues like gender and sexuality received less attention than predicted, the synod's final report signaled deeper shifts

As Holy Land war rages, Christians cry to God for help

Sydney’s Christian Palestinians are hurt, frustrated and afraid. The horrors in their homeland since the Hamas attacks on Israel on 7 October ruptured decades-old wounds that had hardly begun to heal.

Jade defies doctors with uni degree

With her studies finished and a job offer lined up as an occupational therapist at a major hospital, the future was looking bright for 24-year-old Jade McAlear.

Monica Doumit: Thank God for Catholic media, or we’d never know...

With wall-to-wall euthanasia on the verge of being implemented across the country, you’d think that journalists would be looking to hold Australia’s governments to account.

Four communities become a Holy Family

Holy Family Catholic Parish Mosman is Sydney’s newest parish, born from some of our oldest faith communities.

Secret men’s business begins with the heart

In the 150-year-old crypt of St Mary’s Cathedral, 250 men gather in silence to do the unthinkable: they’re “switching off” on a Saturday morning. “I’ve...

Summer series brings big names to Sydney

Buckle up Australia! The Catholic Archdiocese of Sydney is bracing for a star-studded dose of theological and spiritual nourishment from three of the most prominent voices in the Catholic world.

Sydney a model for diverse church of the future, says Maronite...

From his entrance into monastic life to his election as Maronite Patriarchate of Antioch and all the East in 2012, His Beatitude Mar Bechara Boutros Cardinal Rai has lived at the heart of his church ...
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