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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
May 8, 2021
The Sydney camino challenge took in 12 hours, 25kms and six churches.
May 8, 2021
Thousands petition to allow Riverina woman to stay
May 7, 2021
Convert from Buddhism will take up role leading Sydney.
May 7, 2021
Sydney’s Indian priests are pleading for Catholics to pray for the sick and dying in their homeland.
May 6, 2021
Inspiring mum pays tribute to ‘the greatest mother’, Mary the mother of Christ Mother of the Year Leila Abdallah, who lost three of her young children to a driver affected by drugs and alcohol, says that she will always pray for and support women who like her, have lost a child. Ms Abdallah said she […]
May 6, 2021
The Tsoi family number among dozens of new Catholics entering the Church at Kingsgrove parish.

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HOMILY FOR MASS FOR 6TH SUNDAY OF EASTER, YEAR B

They were practical men. The Apostle Peter, hero of our first reading (Acts 10:25-48), insisted he was “only a man”, a simple man, a fisherman (Mk 1:16); though Christ made him a fisher of men (Mk 1:17), he reverted to his old craft from time to time (Mt 17:27; Jn 21:3-19; cf. Mt 14:22-32).

HOMILY FOR MASS FOR 5TH SUNDAY OF EASTER, YEAR B

You hear it everywhere. In Ancient Rome they said ‘Operibus credite, et non verbis’ (‘Trust in deeds, not in words’) – a slogan adorning Palermo cathedral to this day.

HOMILY FOR MASS OF 4TH SUNDAY OF EASTER B + ANZAC DAY + – CLOSE OF 40 HOURS FOR VOCATIONS

ANZACs. We probably think immediately of heroic young men rushing into battle, fighting for King and country, and dying beside their mates – all the while starring in the foundation myth of our nation.

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