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Bishop Greg Homeming OCD: The hidden life of St Joseph

We can learn from this quiet saint if we ponder his life St Teresa of Avila dedicated 10 of the 15 monasteries which she founded...

Archbishop Fisher OP calls for a ‘powerhouse of prayer’ to renew...

“Only through prayer can we hear, discern, converse, propose, decide,” said the archbishop at the Mass marking the midpoint of the Plenary Council's first assembly.

Evening of grace as parishes prepare to open church doors

An online gathering to pray for Sydney’s parishes as they re-emerge from months of lockdown drew people and groups from across the city.

Melto D’Moronoyo: The Rosary and Maronite Faith

Continuing with The Catholic Weekly’s readers exciting new addition to its line up of award-winning columns this week. Titled Melto D’moronoyo (From Syriac it translates literally...

Families to flock to online Holy Hour in lockdown

Families across Sydney and beyond are warmly invited to an online Holy Hour on 30 September.

Sydney to host prayer for lockdown-weary hearts

Sister Anastasia Reeves OP is inviting all Sydney Catholics to an online Holy Hour for the spiritual needs of people and parishes.

Simcha Fisher: Why not try the rosary?

We weren't the rosary-praying kind, but it is changing us My husband and I agreed: It's not that it's magic, or anything. It's definitely not...

Paul Catalanotto: Time to pray

Can't pray? At least don't blame a lack of time I have not met one Christian who believes that prayer is not important. In fact,...

Philippa Martyr: Latin versus silence

I belong to a lively little Facebook group called ‘Catholics in Australia’. Recently a stoush broke out about why some people liked Latin in...

Pope Francis tells elderly “You are needed”

In a message for the World Day for Grandparents and the Elderly, Pope promotes memory, prayer.
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Country's only diocesan-owned hospital is unique One winter’s day in 1921 four Sisters of Charity boarded a stream train at Sydney’s dusty Central Station for...
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