Catholic schools offer fee relief to struggling families

It’s been a while since we’ve seen some good news. It feels like the world is out of control and life has been thrown upside down. Well the leaders of Catho Read more…


Catholic hospitals join pandemic fight

Private hospitals will now become an important part of the country's healthcare response. Read more…


Thousands view English milestone

More than half a million people watched an online broadcast of England's re-dedication to Mary. Read more…


Archbishop’s advice as restrictions tighten

Further implications outlined on the Federal Government’s two-person indoor limit rule. Read more…


Thousands join priests at Mass online

Catholics embrace the challenge to stay spiritually connected while forced physically apart. Read more…


Pope Francis is tested for the coronavirus

A total of six people at the Vatican have tested positive for COVID-19 since beginning of March. Read more…


Masses, meditations, Stations of the Cross livestreamed

Weekday Rosary at 7:10pm followed by Mass/ Adoration and Stations of the Cross. Read more…


Church bells to ring, uniting prayers

Across Sydney, Christians will be invited to pray five times daily for special intentions. Read more…


Fr Raymond Farrell dies aged 73

Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP will pray the funeral Mass in line with public health restrictions. Read more…


Virus is ‘not God’s punishment’

'Sometimes bad things happen to good people', as Archbishop Fisher promises support for all affected by pandemic. Read more…


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