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The centrality of Liturgy: A Chaldean Perspective

Two basic rules on this subject. First: liturgy is the life and heart of the Catholic Church, particularly for the Eastern Churches. It is the...

Dr Philippa Martyr: Liturgical fallout of the 70s

This week I’m back to the Novus Ordo, because I had an interesting online chat with a US friend. She said that when the...

Fr John Flader: Can I attend the Latin Mass?

“Dear Father, I often attend a Latin Mass in the traditional rite with my family, and we find it very spiritual and helpful. I...

Francis reimposes strict limits on what was once called the Extraordinary...

As diocesan bishops around the world woke on 17 July to find themselves considering how to implement Pope Francis’ motu proprio on the use...

Philippa Martyr: Ditch the Cha-Cha and try a little chant

Some solutions to the liturgical music problem So what can we do about bad hymns and music? The first is to remember that you don’t...

Symposium of Art at Surry Hills Parish during February

St Peters parish Surry Hills will be hosting a weekly symposium of Catholic aesthetics open to all lovers of art in the month of February

Simcha Fisher: In defence of communion rails

Stay with me here, there's something to be said for them I was talking to a fellow who works as a missioner with the Maryknolls...

Philippa Martyr: Secret wildfire of Adoration

Parish churches are recapturing a sense of the sacred We’re currently looking at things that might help the moribund and rapidly shrinking Catholic Church in...

Liturgy sees Sydney unite behind grieving Abdallah family

Despite the grief, the last week has seen remarkable moments of faith emerge from the grieving Abdallah family and the wider Maronite community.

Simcha Fisher: How Catholic parishes can help an under-served community

Our pastor recently distributed pencils and slips of paper, and humbly asked us to write down what the parish could do to help bring...
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St Vincent’s Hospital, Lismore, celebrates 100 years of care

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