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Updated: Calvary takeover ‘rammed’ through ACT legislative assembly

ACT Liberals call process 'undemocratic' after due process suspended by ACT Government, citing staff and patient welfare necessary to 'ram through' takeover in only three weeks

Archbishop Fisher pays tribute to ‘gentle giant’ bioethicist Luke Gormally, who...

Archbishop Fisher said the former director of the Linacre Centre for Healthcare Ethics was a "gentle giant" who made an enormous contribution to life issues in the public square

Walk With Christ documentary shows the beauty and power of Corpus...

A short documentary on the popular Walk With Christ procession shows the importance of Eucharistic processions in a secular age

On God’s beat: police officer among 200 new Catholics welcomed into...

Police officer Nathan Kohutek says becoming Catholic has made him a better husband and father, and has given him a new perspective on his job

ANZAC service and sacrifice honoured by Delany College captains

Catholic school students from Granville’s Delany College took centre stage at the beginning of April to remember and pay their respects to the service and sacrifice made by the men and women of the Australian Defence Force.

Sisters of St Joseph extend no-interest loans to Sydneysiders fighting cost...

Eligible applicants can borrow up to $2,000 with a repayment period of up to 18 months, giving them access to essential items

ANZAC Day: Wipe away every tear from their eyes, and death...

This ANZAC Day, let us use the time to reflect on the horror of what could happen were we to walk away from peace

Vatican sends relic of true cross to Great Britain for King...

The Holy See donated the relic in early April for the processional cross to be used in King Charles' coronation service

Photo Galleries: Easter at St Mary’s Cathedral

Thousands came to St Mary's Cathedral over the Holy Triduum for the memorial of the crucifixion, death and resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ

Roll away the stones of sin and fear, Pope Francis says...

"The Lord is an expert in rolling back the stones of sin and fear," the Holy Father said in his homily for the Easter Vigil Mass on 8 April.

Catholic bishops call for Australia’s largest national minimum wage increase second...

Archdiocese of Sydney social justice facilitator Dr Michael Walker said a rise in the minimum wage was 'critical' to arrest the decline in workers' real wages

Poland remembers, defends JPII 18 years after his death

Eighteen years after the death of St John Paul II April 2, 2005, his native Poland remembered him with vigils and marches. The biggest one—a...
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