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A promise unfulfilled: apparent flaws in a Plenary discernment paper

Good, bad, or indifferent, something vital has not been addressed in any of them – the absolute necessity of the power of the Holy Spirit for any of them to bear any fruit.

Big questions: the Pandemic, our Mission and the New Evangelisation

this cataclysm has removed from our path artificial obstacles to new endeavours and underscored the part each of us can play as the baptised in the rebuilding of the new world that awaits

Planning for mission: the future of Sydney Archdiocese is underway

If evangelisation is the priority, our conversion is what leads to it A vision for the Archdiocese of Sydney When installed in November 2014, Archbishop Anthony...

Sydney sends 40ft of hope to Jamaica’s poor

A Sydney Catholic community has again thrown a life-saver to its brothers and sisters in Jamaica, collecting and shipping much-needed supplies in a 40ft...

Teresa Hodal: Lose yourself, find yourself

I decided to do the year-long Emmanuel School of Mission in New York in October last year. The School is run by the Emmanuel Community,...

Forming missionary leaders for the brave new world

A new centre to form missionary leaders for Catholic ministry in the 21st century has been founded in Sydney by Fr Chris Ryan, a...

‘Emotional’ journey from Sydney to India, Africa

For nine members of Sydney-based charity, Queen of the Most Holy Rosary Association (QMHR), a visit at the tomb of St Teresa of Kolkata...

Christmas cards flood into Bankstown parish

Organisers of a recent mission at St Felix parish, Bankstown, to make homemade Christmas cards for the poor and orphaned of Mozambique have been...

Saving Sydney’s desperate souls

An unassuming elderly gentleman waits patiently in a deserted alleyway of east Sydney, quietly watching the sun slowly rise over the harbour. The early-morning council...

St Felix’s mission for Mozambique

Margaret Thatcher once said that Christmas is a time for meaning and tradition and for the youth of St Felix de Valois, Bankstown this...
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St Vincent’s Hospital, Lismore, celebrates 100 years of care

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