Sydney students arrive in Rome

Participants in the inaugural Australian Catholic University (ACU) School Leavers Program arrived at the ACU Rome Campus this week to begin a three-week study o Read more…


Charles O’Neill commemorated at St Patrick’s

One of Australia’s most influential Catholics had a heart for the poor and for St Patrick’s at Church Hill. Read more…


Science should serve humanity, says Pope

Scientists worldwide must serve humanity and the health of the planet, Pope Francis said. Read more…


St Raphael’s celebrates 90 years

There was standing room only at the 90th anniversary of the dedication of St Raphael’s Church at South Hurstville. Read more…


Aid groups, bishop sound alarm over Yemen

Aid agencies and Catholic officials are sounding the alarm on Yemen's spiralling humanitarian crisis. Read more…


Young people flock to Inner-westfest

More than 150 young people met at Holy Cross College, Ryde, for the Inner-westfest evening of prayer and song. Read more…


Vatican Christmas stamps feature inmate’s art

As the Christmas season draws near, the Vatican postal service prepared a set of commemorative stamps designed by a talented, yet unlikely, artist. Read more…


Sister of Eileen O’Connor’s Nurses for the Poor dies, 96

A Sister of Our Lady’s Nurses for the Poor, the order co-founded by Servant of God Eileen O’Connor, has died at the age of 96 in her 74th year of religious Read more…


Victorian Opposition vows to allow religion classes

Victorian Opposition Leader Matthew Guy has vowed to give parents a right to “choice” in respect to their children’s religious education if the Coalition Read more…


Praying for the Holy Souls, an act of love

Baptism is your passport to heaven, but your visa depends on how much you have loved while on earth. That’s what Fr Danny Nouh told those gathered for the ann Read more…


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