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New Rosary Pilgrimage of Hope during COVID-19

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A Camino just for Sydney

Brent Clark had planned the perfect marriage proposal to his love Giselle Oscuro this year on the steps of Spain’s St James de Compostela...

March for Life pilgrim blog: The beating heart of Mexico’s culture

 A group of young Sydney pilgrims led by Bishop Richard Umbers are travelling to Mexico and the US for a 15-day pilgrimage culminating in...

Striding with the saints

For many teachers the school holidays are a chance to unwind and relax but for James Robinson it is a time to embark on...

Pope lifts Medjugorje pilgrimage ban

Church-run pilgrimages are ok, but the alleged apparitions have not been approved, said pope.

At Lourdes, faith and miracles spring forth

By Paul De Marco I can still vividly remember standing at the grotto at Massabielle for the 6am outdoor mass on a chilly November morning...

Tracing the steps of an Aussie hero

The country's first bishop was a trailblazer say young Catholics who hope to see him named a saint.

Be quick to climb Holy Stairs

The stones Jesus climbed before his sentence of crucifixion will briefly be open to the public.

Walking the Camino

Late last year, 13 pilgrims from Australian Catholic University walked the last 115 kilometres of the famed Camino de Santiago. One of them, Dr...

Student in seventh heaven after meeting Pope

A Sydney Catholic School student had a “dream come true” at World Youth Day in Panama … meeting Pope Francis in front of around...
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