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George Weigel is mistaken. Synodality gives life to the vision of...

I was not surprised by George Weigel’s continuing criticism of Pope Francis and the coming Synod of Bishops (The Catholic Weekly, 9 July, 2023). I was surprised that his discussion of Vatican II’s central document Lumen Gentium ignored one of its most striking features.

Pilgrims commissioned to encounter Christ at World Youth Day

Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP has commissioned Sydney’s World Youth Day pilgrims for their expedition to Lisbon, Portugal, with the promise of a life-changing journey of transformation and an encounter with the Risen Christ.

New Director of Music at Sydney’s St Mary’s Cathedral announced

The Dean of St Mary’s Cathedral, Sydney, Fr Don Richardson, is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr Daniel Justin as the new Director of Music, effective early October 2023.

Students suffered from school closures

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a lasting negative effect on school attendance and student opportunity, with measures designed to protect students now confirmed to have had a “clear impact on mental health and wellbeing,” the CEO of Catholic Schools NSW, Dallas McInerney, has said.

Florence makes God’s house a home

Every morning under the cover of darkness, Florence Grech makes her way quietly through the inner-city streets. The spritely 91-year-old arrives at St Peter’s Catholic Church in Surry Hills and unlocks the huge timber doors and lights the candles, ready to welcome the day’s faithful.

ACT euthanasia for teens as young as 14

The ACT Government is poised to introduce draft assisted suicide laws this year with a push for teenagers as young as 14 to be allowed to access the system.

From Highway to Hell to Stairway to Heaven, Fr Oche rocks...

A heavy metal loving priest is spreading the love of God through music across regional NSW, turning people away from the Highway to Hell and putting them on the Stairway to Heaven.

Spirits soar as Sydney pilgrims prepare for World Youth Day

Overshadowed by the power of the Holy Spirit, Our Lady arose from the comfort of her home and “went with haste” (Lk 1:39) to her cousin in joyful anticipation of what God had in store.

Cross removed from Calvary as ACT Govt executes hospital takeover

After a five-week campaign to save the hospital, the ACT Government's planned acquisition went ahead on its planned date of 3 July

Calix and the road to recovery

The day before he entered detox, Tim Paul finished off most of a case of beer and contemplated starting on a second. Late afternoon shade had already crept into his northern suburbs flat.

Catholic Schools educate leaders, minister says

Kids from South-West Sydney can achieve anything, and can grow up to become prime minister, children at St Felix Catholic Primary School in Bankstown heard from Education Minister Jason Clare on 27 June.

Calvary ‘steps away’ from palliative care hospice Clare Holland House

Calvary CEO Martin Bowles said he made the decision with 'a heavy heart' but did not see Clare Holland House as a separate service
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