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Pope Francis nominates Sydney for May Rosary pandemic ‘marathon’

The theme of unceasing prayer recounts the Acts of the Apostles when all the church prayed for Peter, who was imprisoned until God sent an angel to free him.

Jesus overcomes every darkness, Archbishop tells those celebrating Easter

Come out of the tomb with me, Jesus says to all humanity today, Rise up to everlasting life and love!,” the Archbishop reminded worshippers on Easter Sunday morning.

Easter is light amid a crisis for believers, Archbishop tells worshippers

Jesus dies, the disciples are scattered, everything seems lost - that's the experience of Easter. But something beyond imagining is almost upon us with the dawning of the Resurrection

This crisis delivers us victory and hope, Archbishop tells worshippers

In a unique ceremony, Sydney's Archbishop turns to the example of Jesus in His last moments with His disciples

The wait is over – Catholics return in big numbers to...

Just 12 months ago, cathedrals and churches across the nation and around the world stood empty and closed as the pandemic took its toll, leading to the first Easter not celebrated in the usual way since the time of the Spanish Flu in Australia shortly after the First world War.

NSW Government ease COVID-19 restrictions for Houses of Worship

Places of worship will also now be allowed to have one person per four-square-metres with no maximum cap.

Sydney Notre Dame chaplain Reginald Chua OP ordained in Perth

Perth’s Salesian archbishop welcomed those present, and noted after Mass that he has now ordained more Dominicans than Archbishop Fisher OP has ordained Salesians.

Let there be the Lights of Christmas

St. Mary’s Cathedral shone brightly in the heart of Sydney on Thursday 10 December, kicking off the 11th annual Lights of Christmas festival before...

2020 Lights of Christmas given the ‘green light’

“I am pleased that the Lights of Christmas are continuing this year," said Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP

Archbishop speaks on ethics around COVID

Vaccines, employment, health care, loneliness and, for Catholics, the sacraments are all key challenges.
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