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Carmelite deep dive offered during saints’ visit

As Sydney prepares for the visit of the relics of St Thérèse of Lisieux and her parents Sts Louis and Zélie Martin, her brothers...

Mass to welcome Martin family relics

There is “nothing" magical about saints' relics, they can help us to connect with God, says bishop.

A match made in heaven on earth

Collaboration between a contemplative order and a youth movement blesses Sydney.

Les Murray the mystic remembered

Australia’s poet Les Murray was a mystic who regarded all reality as “suffused with the presence of God".

Simcha Fisher: When mankind has a tantrum

Someone asked, once again, how we can believe God is good when there's so much evil in the world. There are lots of ways to...

Q&A with Fr John Flader: Tai Chi’s definite dangers

"Dear Father, I know a number of people, including fervent Catholics, who practise Tai Chi. Is there anything in this Chinese practice that would...

Simcha Fisher: It’s our job to teach the Church’s doctrine, and...

Another day, another essay about the cruel, unjust, inflexible Church forcing innocent people to suffer. We hear, for instance, that the Church wants women to...

5 things to know when booking a retreat

With the beginning of Lent just a month away, Catholics everywhere will be in the mood to do a little spring-cleaning of the soul...

Embers set a fire on and off the court

Every week at an indoor basketball centre in Sydney’s Castle Hills, a group of women gather briefly to pray before their evening game. Five years...
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Food for body and soul offered to Sydney’s struggling

Inner city food and support service braces for even greater need Canice's Kitchen in Elizabeth Bay this week launched a take-away pre-packed meal service for...

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