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  1. Warm Welcome from Archdiocesan Staff as Archbishop Fisher Returns to Work

    27 May 2016 | Staff of the Catholic Archdiocese of Sydney organised a morning to tea to warmly welcome the return of Archbishop Anthony Fisher as he resumes some duties working with Chancery staff and priests.

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  2. The Power of Music and Hands - Alan Jones and Archbishop Anthony Fisher

    The Power of Music and Hands - Alan Jones and Archbishop Anthony Fisher 27 May 2016 | This morning Alan Jones spoke candidly with the Archbishop of Sydney, Anthony Fisher OP about some of his reflections and learnings during the time of his rehabilitation from a recent illness.

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  3. Pope at Mass of Corpus Christi: How Many Parents will do Anything for Their Children!

    Pope at Mass of Corpus Christi: How Many Parents will do Anything for Their Children! 27 May 2016 | During the Mass of Corpus Christi, Pope Francis explained the meaning behind the Christian expression of "breaking bread."

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  4. Sydney Catholic Schools Celebrate Our Lady Help of Christians

    Sydney Catholic Schools Celebrate Our Lady Help of Christians 27 May 2016 | Students from the Sydney Catholic Schools gathered at St May's Cathedral on 24 May to celebrate a Mass for the Solemn Feast of Our Lady Help of Christians, Patroness of Australia.

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  5. Archbishop Returns to St Mary's Cathedral to Celebrate Mass Next Sunday

    Archbishop Returns to St Mary's Cathedral to Celebrate Mass Next Sunday 27 May 2016 | The Feast of Corpus Christi, to be celebrated next Sunday, is a very special day in the Catholic calendar.

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  6. Faith-Based Organisations Play a Vital Role in Emergencies

    Faith-Based Organisations Play a Vital Role in Emergencies 26 May 2016 | President of Caritas Internationalis Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle spoke of the vital role faith-based organisations play in emergencies, when he addressed...

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"Benedict did not Resign Because of Vatileaks. It was Bigger Than That," Says His Secretary

It is difficult to judge a Pontificate when only three years have passed since its end. This is what is happening with Benedict XVI, the first Pope to resign from his papacy in modern times. Currently, there is a book that is reflecting on his legacy. The Pope emeritus' personal secretary was present during the presentation of the book.

Vatican News

  1. Cardinal Loris Capovilla Passes Away at 100-Years-Old

    Cardinal Loris Capovilla Passes Away at 100-Years-Old He was 100-years-old and passed away today in Bergamo, Italy. Cardinal Loris Capovilla was granted the privilege to witness the history of the Church.

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  2. The Pope Will Travel to The Greek Island of Lesbos to Visit Refugees Fleeing War

    The Pope Will Travel to The Greek Island of Lesbos to Visit Refugees Fleeing War In addition to expressing concern for the refugee situation currently taking place on European soil, the Pope will also show his proximity in a tangibly way.

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  3. Pope Francis on Mother Teresa's Nuns Killed in Yemen: They are the Martyrs of Today

    Pope Francis on Mother Teresa's Nuns Killed in Yemen: They are the Martyrs of Today During the Angelus, the Pope recalled the murder of 4 Missionaries of Charity nuns in Yemen.

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  4. The Pope Travels by Bus to Begin His Week of Spiritual Exercises

    The Pope Travels by Bus to Begin His Week of Spiritual Exercises After the usual Sunday Angelus, Pope Francis went to Ariccia, 40 kilometers from Rome, to start a week of spiritual exercises with the Curia.

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  5. Pope Francis. "Mexico is a Large Rich Village, Happy, and Always Ready for a Celebration"

    Pope Francis. During the return flight to Rome, the Pope spoke of how his visit to Mexico has impacted him.

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