New adult faith education series


It’s called Didasko and it means ‘to teach’: Catholic adult formation in Sydney is going digital with some of the country’s best educators providing int
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Mary’s men put faith on display


Public acts of men putting their devotion to the Mother of God on public display are popping up around the world – and Sydney is no exception. Inspired by
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Protect faith based providers from “Kill Bill”: Archbishop Fisher


NSW will soon become the final Australian State to adopt 'voluntary assisted dying' after a 20-17 vote in the Upper House
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Informed Voter’s Election 2022 Guide


In the 13 March 2022 edition of The Catholic Weekly, the Voting for the Common Good election guide contributed to by the Catholic Archdiocese of Sydney’s Just
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Dream of the Pacific: Honouring St Peter Chanel


Sydney’s diverse Islander communities celebrate St Peter Chanel’s arrival on Futuna 185 years ago The diverse Pacific island Catholic communities ac
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One very special Mum


Little Inara Hijniakoff spent the first two months of her life in hospital with parents Chloe and Johnathon with her 24 hours a day. And sitting there right bes
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Men’s public witness to Christ


The 2022 Camino of St Joseph, an overnight pilgrimage for men traversing Sydney’s spiritual landscape, drew 150 brave souls seeking a spiritual challenge –
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Mass guide instructs and inspires


Archbishop Fisher OP has launched a stunning publication explaining the beauty and meaning of the Catholic Mass.
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Memo to students: Faith’s real and it’s Chill


Don’t give up on the young and the Catholic Faith, is the message from a new partnership between the Sydney Archdiocese’s youth ministry, its staffe
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The Answer to Ayla’s prayer


When Ayla Casey asked for a sign to let her know God is real, she didn’t expect it to be an actual sign. Early in her two-year journey from atheism to Catholi
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