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Mass marks founder’s feast

Old and young and from every walk of life they came, to fill St Mary’s Cathedral and celebrate the life and work of the...

Monsignor Carl Reid to be installed as new head of Ordinariate

The new head of Australia’s Ordinariate of Our Lady of the Southern Cross for former Anglicans will be installed at a special Mass in...

Hobart vigils seek to bring light to dark city

Catholics pray for their state in the midst of a festival of darkness St Mary’s Cathedral in Hobart held a vigil of light last week...

Historic Stations of the Cross given new life

For the past 133 years, the magnificent Stations of the Cross hanging in St Mary’s Cathedral have provided a devotional focus for Sydney’s Catholics...

Anzac legend echoes the greatest story

The story of the Anzacs and their last stand on the beach at Gallipoli is a “parable” for the “greatest of true stories,” Archbishop...

Archbishop invites Sydneysiders to prayers for Sri Lanka

Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP has invited all to join him in praying for the victims of the Sri Lankan Easter Sunday bombings at a...

Celebrate this St Patrick’s Day

Auxiliary Bishop of Sydney Terry Brady will lead two Masses in honour of the much-loved saint.

Armenian Patriarch visits Sydney

The spiritual leader of more than 9 million Armenians is grateful for a warm relationship with Sydney.

Armenian monument unveiled at cathedral

The Armenian community has adorned St Mary’s Cathedral with a traditional monument, unveiled and blessed by Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP.

150 years of St Mary’s Cathedral marked

The blessing of the foundation stone of St Mary’s Cathedral in 1868 was honoured at a sesquicentenary celebration on 8 December, the Solemnity of...
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