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Casimir College Caritas donation

Students at Casimir Catholic College Marrickville baked and sacrificed their way through Lent this year, raising more than $7000 for Caritas Australia’s Project Compassion appeal.

Catholics give during cost-of-living crisis

Jesuit Mission Australia and Caritas Australia’s fundraising efforts in 2023 reveal the strength of Catholic generosity amidst the cost of living crisis

Sydney’s Melkite youth raise funds for peace

Melkite youth in Sydney joined a ‘walk for peace’ on 2 March, part of a larger initiative of the Melkite Eparchy and the Melkite Charitable Foundation to raise funds to aid war-affected Christian communities this Lent.

Fortify your faith this Lent, with Fearless

EWTN personality Chris Stefanick created the Lenten resource to help Catholics face their fears and understand better how to spiritually and practically overcome them

Declutter this Lent, and drive out envy and avarice

Envy and avarice drive our consumer society, but trust in God means being able to let go of the craving for more stuff, writes Dr Philippa Martyr

George Weigel: Literary companions for Lent 2024

The traditional Lenten practices of intensified prayer, fasting, and almsgiving are spiritual disciplines to be followed along the six-week pilgrimage from Ash Wednesday to the Easter Triduum.

Archbishop Fisher: Valentine’s Day on Ash Wednesday reminds us Lent is...

Archbishop Fisher: Prayer, fasting and almsgiving are three gifts, wrapped in purple, that show the magnitude of God's love for his creation

Simcha Fisher: I won’t ask how your Lent has gone… Just...

Whether you've taken on a heavy burden or picked something at random this Lent, don't forget the reason you've done it in the first place!

Embracing Love: The Ultimate Lenten Practice

All ‘good’ practising Catholics know that the season of Lent is a time for reflection, sacrifice, and spiritual growth. However, for secular and non-practicing Catholic families,  the traditional practice of giving something up for Lent simply isn’t appealing.

Greek Archbishop attacked during Lenten services at Tomb of the Virgin...

The Greek Orthodox Church has denounced an attack on its clergy amidst a rise in violence in the Holy Land this Lent

To defeat envy and avarice, cultivate an attitude of gratitude

Envy and avarice drive most social media, fashion, beauty, home renovation, interior design, and entertainment decisions

This Lent, is it time to do something about your addiction...

Mercy is the best antidote to anger. To practise it, think differently about who you are, who other people are, and who God is
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