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Sydney priest Fr Isidore Anantharaj dies aged 69

The parish of Blakehurst and Hurstville South is mourning its much-loved pastor.

Art, talent flourish in adversity

On the outskirts of Sydney lives an extraordinary artist whose work is bringing others closer to Christ. Syriac Catholic Ghusoon Durdur and her family were...

Rebel with a Cause: The Saint and the values that inspire...

Drew Pavlou opens up to The Catholic Weekly about how Catholic social teaching inspires his passion for human rights

Urgent support call for asylum seekers

Catholic leaders urged PM to provide safety net Catholic leaders from across the country have called on the Federal Government to provide urgent support to...

The Left’s two standards on religious faith

Kristina Keneally’s argument that Prime Minister Scott Morrison should “show what Christian leadership looks like”

Prayers at tomb of Aboriginal child

https://youtu.be/cFFwxFTepYM Bishops pray in Rome for Indigenous communities Praying at the tomb of St Paul is an obligatory part of the 'ad limina' visits every bishop...

Jesuits warn on refugee cuts

After funding drop, the situation in Australia is critical, says JRS Australia’s Jesuit Refugee Service says that the “urgent and complex needs” of the country’s...

From Summer Bay to Afghanistan

For your chance to WIN 1 of 10 copies of Detention by Tristan Bancks send your name, email and postal address to [email protected] Good...

Bishops raise $70,000 for drought

Three Eastern church bishops travelled to Wilcannia-Forbes with a gift for the drought-stricken.

Pope Francis to visit The Balkans in May

The Pope is expected to touch issues of migration, ecumenism in a visit to Bulgaria and Macedonia.
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