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From rich to poor, married to priest

When Father Bob Sheridan was four or five years old, electric trains only travelled as far as Parramatta. At midnight street lights went out...

Fr Michael De Stoop: When I am weak, I am strong

In 1966, German theologian Karl Rahner SJ (1904–1984) pondered what the priest of tomorrow will be like if he is to prove worthy of...

Six Sydney priests offer heartfelt advice to ordinands

In two week's time, on Saturday 3 August, Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP will ordain seven young men to the priesthood at St Mary's Cathedral...

God delivered love when I needed it

The reality of looking for Mr Right As I was approaching the BIG 30 I heard it said, “If you’re unhappy as a single, you’ll...

The power of silence

What is it that drives a young man to want to be ordained in 2019 and commit to a life of celibacy and obedience? In...

Inspirational priest is 95 not out

Why is Monsignor William Mullins, who recently turned 95, still working for the Church he loves?

Reflections on a challenging but blessed life

It was a different era, when a young Kerry Bayada arrived at St Columba seminary in the Blue Mountains still a child. Now the retired monsignor looks back on nearly 60 years as a priest
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Bishop Peter Elliott: St John Henry Newman, a true son of...

His long life spanned the nineteenth century. John Henry Newman was born in London in 1801 and died in Birmingham in 1890.

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