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Philippa Martyr: Repentance is where true joy can begin

  I promised you some joy this week. But bear with me - it’s all connected with why Catholics need to be different, and why...

Grace overflowing as three new priests ordained for Broken Bay

A dry spell for priestly vocations in the diocese was emphatically broken with the first multiple ordinations in its history.

Plenary voices: Fr Michael de Stoop

In the voices of the Plenary members, I hear the continued growth in our awareness of how terrible was the violent and insensitive crimes...

Conversion, partnerships will drive mission in the new evangelisation, says expert

It’s a time for priests and parishioners to partner in a new evangelisation, Wagga priests were told as they gathered on 20 July.

Do you pray for our priests?

Celibacy - freely embraced - helps create really good, fatherly and even emotionally available men When was the last time you prayed for priests, or...

Thousands join priests at Mass online

Catholics embrace the challenge to stay spiritually connected while forced physically apart.

Priests on the coronavirus frontline

Sydney priests are prepared to be busier than ever providing spiritual and practical care.

Philippa Martyr: Righting the clergy imbalance

One of the funniest things about the recent Amazon synod is the pushback from the men on the ground – bishops in South America...

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...

Confession must never be violated, says Vatican

https://youtu.be/fPyOuQifQpQ Absolute secrecy of the Confessional In the light of "a worrying negative prejudice" against the Catholic Church, Pope Francis ordered the publication of a document...
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St Vincent’s Hospital, Lismore, celebrates 100 years of care

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