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Bishops back COVID-19 vaccination Australian Catholic Bishops are encouraging the faithful to receive a COVID-19 vaccine when it becomes available to them READ MORE
June 17, 2021
Along with a hot meal and conversation, biographies and art history are now most sought-after at St Canice's Kitchen in Sydney's east.
June 17, 2021
Advocates welcomed a promised boost to palliative care funding in next week’s NSW budget but say more needs to be done to ensure it is widely available.
June 16, 2021
Prominent and lesser-known Catholics were among those receiving gongs for outstanding service to the community.
June 12, 2021
Faith-based cemetery services will continue in Sydney following a re-engagement by the NSW government with the Catholic Church on the fraught issue.
June 9, 2021
A new independent educator is set to appear in Sydney.
June 8, 2021
The operator of Sydney’s Catholic cemeteries welcomed a backflip by the NSW government on its decision to amalgamate it with four underperforming cemetery trusts.

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HOMILY FOR MASS OF THE 12TH SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME YEAR B

It’s blowing a gale, the sea is wild, the waves breaking over, the boat filling with water (Mk 4:35-41). Where’s Jesus when you need Him? Sound asleep…

HOMILY FOR 11TH SUNDAY ORDINARY TIME YEAR B

There’s an old Peanuts comic in which everybody’s self-appointed life-coach, Lucy, is telling her younger brother Linus about the many uses of a tree. “They provide shade from the sun,” she tells him, “and protection from the rain. They prevent erosion, and their wood is used to build beautiful buildings.”

HOMILY FOR MASS FOR THURSDAY OF THE 10TH WEEK OF ORDINARY TIME Year 1

Faust: in German legend he was a learned, successful yet dissatisfied man who made a pact with the Devil, exchanging his soul for unlimited knowledge and worldly pleasures. The legend has been retold in books, plays, movies, even an opera.

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