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Pope Francis marks 10th anniversary in Chair of Peter

It was one of the most memorable moments in the recent history of the Catholic Church. Pope Benedict XVI shocked the world by becoming the...

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,...

Voting for the common good guide launched

As the Federal election approaches, the Sydney Archdiocesan Justice and Peace Office and Josephite Justice Network have published a 'Common Good Voting Kit' to...

Mark Shea: Applying Jubilee principals

Last time in this space, we talked about the Jubilee in the Old Testament and saw that it was an attempt to extend the...

Pope outlines criteria for COVID response

Pope Francis warned that the world is in crisis, and will emerge from it either better or worse.

Benjamin Conolly: When virtue signalling is just good public relations

When I woke early to watch Arsenal play Manchester City in the English Premier League recently and saw ‘Black Lives Matter’ on the back...

The ethical dangers and opportunities in COVID-19 decision-making

In either case, who should decide? On what basis? These are vexed and very difficult ethical issues.

Spotlight on low-income renters

Catholic leaders are calling for the Federal Government to help low income rent-payers.

Crafting Timor Leste’s women a sustainable solution

Women sew up a solution for Timor Leste A community of women in the Blue Mountains are sewing up a sustainable solution to an age-old...

Feast for homeless a Heaven on Earth

There was a definite festive mood at Pioneer Memorial Park on Easter Monday night. Lights were strung between the trees, music was playing from...

Sleepout raised $100k for Maronite mission

Almost 80 young people braved a cool autumn night to raise funds for homelessness services.

Bishops call for a living wage

Children bear the brunt of falls in the value of the minimum wage, bishops told national body.
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