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Armenian clergy call for Australian aid

The “devastated” Australian Armenian community is urging the Federal Government to send aid to its homeland as it struggles to cope with a growing humanitarian crisis.

Catholic bodies welcome TPV decision

The archdiocesan Justice and Peace Office has joined Catholic bodies across Australia in welcoming a new pathway for refugees to find a permanent home...

Ukrainian families find hope in a new land

Just arriving in Australia after fleeing Ukraine following the Russian invasion was more than many refugees could have dreamt of. Little did they know when...

Resettlement ‘a delicate matter’

Violent extremism experts say that resettling former “ISIS brides” and their children will be an extremely delicate matter, but local politicians in Western Sydney...

Couple’s hopes are high

Parents forced to flee Uganda for their lives in 2017 appeal for help to be reunited with their children It’s been more than five years...

Godsend in a new Aussie home

Sydney Catholic Schools is opening its doors and heart to families fleeing war-torn Ukraine to find safety and a future The three things Mark Koshel...

Shepherd in a troubled land

In over four decades of priestly ministry, the 74 year old Archbishop of Addis Ababa, Cardinal Berhaneyesus Demerew Souraphiel has lived an extraordinary life.

Thank you, Sydney, for aiding Afghan refugees

When Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP launched the Archbishop’s Afghan Refugee Appeal last August, we knew there was a desire within our community to help,...

Editorial: War crimes investigation begins into Russia’s actions in Ukraine.

As geographically remote as we are in Australia, broadcast and social media has truly brought home to us the horrors of the current conflict...

Don’t feed fear, indifference to migrants, urges bishop

While we journey through Advent, preparing for Christmas, Bishop Anthony Randazzo of Broken Bay asks we give some time and prayer to those who undertake perilous journeys – fleeing conflict and persecution to seek asylum in a safer place.

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Don’t forget the dignity of those seeking asylum, urges bishop

Bishop of Broken Bay Anthony Randazzo has urged the country’s leaders to take a compassionate approach to people who seek asylum.

Fr Peter Smith: The cost of ‘stay away’

Those who donated to Archbishop’s appeal have courageously gone against the tide What have we become? Every so often, like a lightning strike on a...
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