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November 25, 2021
A group of Sydney charities that feed, shelter and clothe the homeless have teamed up to ensure an annual feast for the disadvantaged has been able to continue, despite COVID-19 restrictions. Street Feast, held to mark Pope Francis’ World Day of the Poor on 14 November, normally brings together hundreds of homeless people at outdoor […]
November 24, 2021
Voluntary Assisted Dying (VAD) laws threaten to turn Australia into a two-class society, Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP has warned.
November 18, 2021
A priest well known for his success in nurturing vocations to the priesthood as a seminary rector has been named by Pope Francis as a new Auxiliary Bishop for the Archdiocese of Sydney.
November 18, 2021
Communicator’s presentation kicks off new talks series The question of why we evangelise is central to the Catholic Church today in a world where many people feel trapped in life without real hope. This was the cultural diagnosis delivered by Bishop Robert Barron in the launch of a new talk series led by the Sydney […]
November 18, 2021
A new Advent resource aims at bringing people together in parishes to usher in a season of renewed hope and joy after a difficult year.
November 14, 2021
Let's work together on a just and compassionate society for the terminally ill, says Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP.

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HOMILY FOR MASS FOR THE SOLEMNITY OF CHRIST THE KING AND LOCAL CELEBRATION OF WORLD YOUTH DAY 2021

Kings and kingship: they frame the story of Jesus. The New Testament begins with Jesus’ family tree showing He’s a direct descendant of King David, via his step-father Joseph (Mt 1:1-17; Lk 2:4).

HOMILY FOR BLESSING & OPENING OF NEW HALL + MULTIPURPOSE ROOMS; DE LA SALLE CATHOLIC COLLEGE, CARINGBAH

Jesus said, “You are the salt of the earth; but if salt has lost its taste, how can its saltiness be restored? It is no longer good for anything, but is thrown out and trampled under foot.

HOMILY FOR MASS OF THE MEMORIAL OF ST. MARGARET OF SCOTLAND + INSTALLATION OF LECTORS

At the end of Shakespeare’s great tragedy Macbeth, the king is dead and Malcolm is hailed King of Scots.[1] He undertakes to serve “by the grace of Grace” unlike the “dead butcher and his fiend-like queen”,[2] Lady Macbeth. But would his wife be any better?

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