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Joy as Bishop Randazzo joins his people at Broken Bay

More than a year of praying and waiting for a shepherd ended for the Catholic faithful of the Diocese of Broken Bay with a...

A sterling celebration at Carnes Hill

Extraordinary coincidence for two men of God in south west Sydney It was a double celebration for the community of the Holy Spirit in Carnes...

Priesthood is not a job, says Pope

Turning ordained ministry into a job loses "heart of the ministry, gaze of Jesus", Pope Francis said.

From rich to poor, married to priest

When Father Bob Sheridan was four or five years old, electric trains only travelled as far as Parramatta. At midnight street lights went out...

Seven new Sydney priests underscore a Church that’s truly alive

On a cold, bright late Winter morning today Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP filed into St Mary’s Cathedral in Sydney accompanied by 138 priests; by...

Fr Michael De Stoop: When I am weak, I am strong

In 1966, German theologian Karl Rahner SJ (1904–1984) pondered what the priest of tomorrow will be like if he is to prove worthy of...

Seven gifts of the Holy Spirit

Seven Sydney deacons approaching ordination took part in a revealing Q&A with The Catholic Weekly.

Simcha Fisher: The emerald ash borer and the priest

The emerald ash borer is beautiful metallic green beetle that's been making its way from state to state; and it is hungry. It lays...

240 years of priestly service, with a bit of time for...

Two of Sydney’s priests say the loyalty and deep prayer life of the lay faithful has sustained them over a combined 120 years of...

Six Sydney priests offer heartfelt advice to ordinands

In two week's time, on Saturday 3 August, Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP will ordain seven young men to the priesthood at St Mary's Cathedral...
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His long life spanned the nineteenth century. John Henry Newman was born in London in 1801 and died in Birmingham in 1890.

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