Gifts bring a ray of light to the street

A group of Sydney charities that feed, shelter and clothe the homeless have teamed up to ensure an annual feast for the disadvantaged has been able to continue, Read more…


Don’t let this tragedy happen, warn civic, religious leaders and doctors

Voluntary Assisted Dying (VAD) laws threaten to turn Australia into a two-class society, Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP has warned. Read more…


Vocations champion Fr Danny Meagher named new Auxiliary Bishop of Sydney

A priest well known for his success in nurturing vocations to the priesthood as a seminary rector has been named by Pope Francis as a new Auxiliary Bishop for t Read more…


Bishop Barron fires up Sydney’s enthusiasm for evangelisation

Communicator’s presentation kicks off new talks series The question of why we evangelise is central to the Catholic Church today in a world where many people Read more…


New Advent resource perfect for parishes

A new Advent resource aims at bringing people together in parishes to usher in a season of renewed hope and joy after a difficult year. Read more…


No need for a licence to kill

Let's work together on a just and compassionate society for the terminally ill, says Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP. Read more…


Take opportunity to act now on euthanasia, says archbishop

Submissions to a parliamentary inquiry via a brief online questionnaire close on 22 November. Read more…


Expansion of euthanasia: it’s inevitable

Evidence already in Australia and overseas shows that once assisted suicide and euthanasia is legalised, bracket creep follows, warns Dr Bernadette Tobin. Read more…


Kidnapped WA girl Cleo Smith’s rescue an answer to prayers, says parish priest

When four-year-old Cleo Smith was found alive 18 days after her abduction from a camping site in WA, it was hailed as an answer to prayers. Read more…


Step by step, Vinnies staff fight a pandemic

Four St Vincent’s Hospital, Sydney, staff share their experiences during the recent lockdowns. Read more…