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Music, mateship and a meal bring joy to Sydneysiders on the...

The annual Street Feast was held to celebrate the seventh World Day of the Poor in St Mary’s Cathedral's forecourt on 17 November 2023.

Two brothers become fathers: Frs Željko Evetović and Ronny D’Cruz ordained...

St Mary's Cathedral was uplifted by rousing guitar ballads and lots of joy for the ordination of two missionary priests of the Neocatechumenal Way

Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP: Receiving God like a child

Recently, some MPs joined some young people at the Federal Parliament to launch the ‘Make it 16’ campaign. They were supporting lowering the voting age so teens will be more politically engaged and bring their concerns to government.

Photo Galleries: Easter at St Mary’s Cathedral

Thousands came to St Mary's Cathedral over the Holy Triduum for the memorial of the crucifixion, death and resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ

St Mary’s set to shine brightly for Christmas

The Catholic Archdiocese of Sydney is set to transform the St Mary’s Cathedral forecourt into the spectacular centre of Christmas celebrations in Sydney. Commencing Thursday,...

Gothic revival inspired by a vision of faith

The arrival of our first Archbishop saw a church become a cathedral and was accompanied by his vision. He desired a building that would...

This is the world that was in 1821

By Professor James Franklin The year 1821 saw two notable events, one marking the end of the old order and the other the beginning of...

Life as a Catholic in an 1821 colony

Convicts and former convicts found themselves in a strange land. What did they find here and what was important to them?

Help protect an Australian treasure for another 200 years

Our beautiful mother Cathedral and minor basilica, St Mary’s, has been visited by millions of faithful, countless tourists, and thus far, four canonised saints. It...

A house of God for old Sydney town

It is significant that a man as prominent and well-connected as Campbell became the Committee’s treasurer. It was obviously strategic

In the beginning: St Mary’s Cathedral bicentenary

The Bicentenary of St Mary’s Cathedral, Sydney, celebrates much more than just a sandstone building. For two hundred years, St Mary’s Cathedral has been extravagantly,...

Little-known, but there to discover

Today’s cathedral is visited by more than a million people annually, but is filled with fascinating aspects few ever get to know about While it...
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