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The Eucharistic revival continues apace in the US

The Eucharistic revival continues apace in the US, with more than 1200 joining the cross-country procession in Washington DC as it travels to Indiana for the much-anticipated National Eucharistic Congress in July.

Students set to raise voices for Corpus Christi

Chant has been called the highest art form in the church and on 2 June St Mary’s Cathedral will again echo with the sound of sacred chants spanning centuries, at the annual Corpus Christi procession and Mass.

Thousands set to take to the streets as procession season sweeps...

Thousands of Sydneysiders are preparing to take their faith to the streets in two of the biggest public professions of faith on the Catholic calendar. As Sydney braces for a festival of faith, a new documentary by the Archdiocese of Sydney celebrates the history of Catholic processions in the city.

Western Sydney Parish processes for feast days

The community of St Peter Chanel and St Joseph the Worker Catholic Church in Berala marked the feast days of their patron saints with a solemn outdoor procession and Mass.

Palm Sunday procession through Sydney’s west proclaims Christ’s saving power to...

Hundreds of pilgrims took up the cross for the final week of the three-week pilgrimage in Sydney's central deanery, which concluded on Palm Sunday at St Joachim's Lidcombe with Mass celebrated by Bishop Richard Umbers

Form your faith by engaging your body

What we do with our body forms the soul and our beliefs. That’s why it’s so important to take part in processions and other public displays of faith, writes Fr Bijoy Joseph, assistant priest of St Joachim’s Lidcombe.

Steven Buhagiar: 10 reasons why we take our children to Eucharistic...

By Steven Buhagiar As we grow older, we often look back with fondness on the time we shared with our families as young children. In...
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