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Feeding the Masses: How Sydney eats at Easter time

Hundreds of kilograms of sweets, 40 tonnes of prawns, countless whole lambs, sausages, pork bellies—meet the Sydneysiders who make Easter special from the moment the Mass has ended.

Easter calls us to lay aside factionalism, hostility: Archbishop Anthony Fisher...

A Statement from the Catholic Archbishop of Sydney, Most Rev. Anthony Fisher OP https://youtu.be/D0aqjclMpLo In many ways contemporary societies are deeply divided. Our politics are often polarised...

Members happy with revised women’s motions on Plenary’s final day

The Plenary Council prepared to draw to a close on 8 July after two days of catch-up in an altered voting format, passing almost...

We’re not factions. Listen humbly to the Spirit, President tells Plenary...

We are “not enemies or combatants seeking to prevail over others”, Plenary Council president Archbishop Timothy Costelloe SDB of Perth has told members in...

Euthanasia victory a dark day for NSW: Archbishop Fisher

Euthanasia legislation has passed the NSW Parliament, with Archbishop Anthony Fisher describing it as “truly a dark day for New South Wales”. The Voluntary Assisted...

Thank you, Sydney, for aiding Afghan refugees

When Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP launched the Archbishop’s Afghan Refugee Appeal last August, we knew there was a desire within our community to help,...

Sydney’s liturgy of luxury

A new mega-block of luxury apartments overlooks St Mary’s Cathedral and proposes a rival vision of fulfilment, writes Kamila Soh

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Call for aid for families caught in COVID crisis

Kylie Cullen says that dozens of new migrant families and individuals are under extreme stress in western Sydney and need more support.

Update: Churches across Sydney close due to Covid

Following restrictions announced by NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian as a result of the latest confirmed cases of Covid in NSW, churches will remain closed until midnight on 9 July.

Igniting the Youth of Sydney

For the second year, young Sydney Catholics are invited to set their faith on fire at one of Australia’s most powerful youth conferences. Held over...

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.

Bringing next-level Catholic education to Pagewood – Matraville

Education in the eastern suburbs is about to change with the reimagining of three Catholic schools into state-of-the-art, innovative centres for contemporary learning. Sydney Catholic...
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