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Archbishop speaks on ethics around COVID

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

Calm, courageous and faith-filled: John Fahey farewelled

Former NSW Premier was a gifted politician and family man with a deep faith, mourners heard today.

New priests will spark a ‘spiritual pandemic’

Sydney's four newest priests have a special role during a time of uncertainty, says Archbishop.

Mystery ashes find a special home

Cathedral's most unusual lost belonging left no clues A sad puzzle had a happy ending when Bishop Terry Brady buried ashes left anonymously in St Mary’s Cathedral during a special interment...

“Blessed” to be back at church

Many Catholics returned to Mass across NSW for the first time in more than three months.

Australia’s mother: Our Lady, Help of Christians

We pray she’ll make us more like her, beautiful and colourful artworks, worldly and other-worldly, different yet like her in our openness to God, our active service of others, our pondering of what’s good, our fidelity to the end.

10 reasons you should visit your church today

For many Catholics across Sydney churches reopening, even only for small numbers, is the answer to all their prayers. Once again, we can gather with...

Special day as many churches open

Churches across the state opened their doors this morning for Masses after nearly eight weeks.

Love and marriage in a time of coronavirus

Hayden and Raffaela pray for a solution after wedding plans were shattered by church closures.

Sydney Archbishop rallies faithful in bushfire appeal Mass

Over a thousand people, including representatives of those fighting the fires and organisations working to assist those affected by them were present for the liturgy.
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