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Tracing the steps of an Aussie hero

The country's first bishop was a trailblazer say young Catholics who hope to see him named a saint.

At it’s heart, Mardi Gras is empty

Sydney’s globally renowned Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras is upon us again. Taxpayers’ money has been poured into creating a new purpose-built, rainbow pedestrian crossing...

From papal greeting to Way of the Cross it’s a celebration...

https://vimeo.com/313501656 Over two days Sydney World Youth Day pilgrimistas would welcome Francis in a riot of noise and happiness, later ply Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP...

Crowds pack St Mary’s Cathedral for Christmas Masses

God's mad love for us invites us to love him madly in return, says Archbishop

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...

Saving Sydney’s desperate souls

An unassuming elderly gentleman waits patiently in a deserted alleyway of east Sydney, quietly watching the sun slowly rise over the harbour. The early-morning council...

Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP: Synod on Youth Blog Days 21-22

Last night: We prayed at the original World Youth Day cross for wisdom for the Synod Fathers. We had Eucharistic adoration and good quality...

Hundreds flock to men’s conference for healing and grace

A gathering of men on the NSW south coast last weekend witnessed an “outpouring of grace”.

Improving life for refugees, one swim stroke at a time

Twenty-seven year-old Sophie is grateful she has been able to indulge her love of swimming since she arrived in Australia as a refugee from...
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Kathleen Loughnan: The courage to give a baby life

Having a child at a young age I was a child when I had my first child, and while I didn’t stop studying, I did...

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