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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...

Simcha Fisher: Catholicism without Christ

More and more secular women are discovering that they can use technology to track their natural biomarkers, helping them make informed choices about their...

Setting the tone helps young Catholics

People from parishes across Sydney attended a masterclass in running Masses which engage and inform young people.
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Christ’s Cross helped me avoid bitterness: Cardinal George Pell

He said there is no doubt the Church throughout the western world faces a serious situation demographically and politically, but he remains optimistic and sees signs of renewal especially in new Church realities such as Opus Dei and the Neocatechumenal Way

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