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Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP: Ready yourself for His kingdom

Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP gives the homily for the Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe Year A on 26 November 2023.

Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP: On Social Friendship

Homily by Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP for Thursday of the 17th Week in Ordinary Time, Year 1 and ‘Rise Up Meeting’ for World Youth...

Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP: Past, Present, and Future

Past, Present, and Future—Homily for Votive Mass of Our Lady of Fatima, Post-WYD Retreat, Chapel of the Apparitions, Fatima Portugal, 7th August 2023 Having lost...

The most amazing race of all

WYD will nourish you with God's grace so that you can "arise and go with haste" back to your life-race, your life-course with a renewed faith.

Christ saves the lost and adrift

Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP Homily. José Salvador Alvarenga is hardly a household name, but perhaps it deserves to be.

Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP: Tend the garden of your souls

Weather charts, soil quality, ploughing, seeding, growth, pests and weeds, first-fruits, harvesting, grain yield (Isa 55:10-11; Ps 64(65); Rom 8:18-23; Mt 13:1-23)—today’s readings are positively horticultural. God is presented as a gardener from the opening pages of the Bible.

Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP: Receiving God like a child

Recently, some MPs joined some young people at the Federal Parliament to launch the ‘Make it 16’ campaign. They were supporting lowering the voting age so teens will be more politically engaged and bring their concerns to government.

Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP: Knowing the Trinity in heart and mind

It’s a scene you could picture on the beach of Bondi or Manly on a summer’s day. A boy is digging a hole in the sand, frantically running backwards and forwards to the water’s edge to fill his little well with a seashell-full of seawater at a time.

Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP: A ‘post-truth’ world?

This is an edited text of the address given by Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP for the Blessing and Opening of Hartford College, Daceyville, on...

Melto D’Moronoyo: Saving blindness, blessed sight

By Deacon Ron Hassarati We have reached the Healing of the Blind Man which, in the Maronite Liturgical tradition, is the last Sunday before Hosanna...

On this Plenary pilgrimage, humility and gratitude will enable us to...

Brothers and Sisters in Jesus-Christ our Lord, “Who, then, is the faithful and wise slave whom his master has put in charge of his household...

Plenary: return the Church to Jesus and Jesus to the Church

On 21 November 1964, the Dogmatic Constitution on the Church, known to most of us as Lumen Gentium, was officially promulgated as one of...
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