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Sadness and hope as churches close

There were bittersweet moments as Sydney Catholics said goodbye to Jesus in their churches.

Vatican grants indulgence for Coronavirus patients, those who pray for them

The decree granted a plenary or full indulgence to all Catholics in the hospital or under quarantine because they have tested positive for COVID-19

Renewing our Parishes: Prayer is the Foundation

A deepening conversion to the Christ and his mission begins with – and relies upon – prayer

Pope’s Lent message focus on conversion, Satan’s lies

By Hannah Brockhaus There is an urgent need for personal conversion, without which the temptations of Satan, and the presence of evil, create a “hell here...

Simcha Fisher: Be quiet this Lent

What to do for Lent? That question reminds me of that old joke about the two seminarians. One of them asks the bishop if...

Love’s hard yards

Loss has become one of the few things Cathi Sperring has found in life. She lost her partner in an accident; she lost two of...

Simcha Fisher: In praise of litanies

When my spiritual life needs a shot in the arm, I sometimes turn to litanies. Many Catholics only encounter litanies on All Saint's Day,...

Fr John Flader: Are Bushfires God’s punishment?

Father John Flader answers an important question, "Are the bushfires God's punishment?" Regarding the recent bushfires in Australia, I wonder if God has removed his...

Sydney Archbishop’s Christmas Homily: “Find yourself in Christ”

Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP, gathered to celebrate Christmas mass at Saint Mary’s Cathedral in Sydney

Couple share a cuppa with St Mary

Ashfield couple share their friendship with St Mary MacKillop in a new devotional book.
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