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FRATELLI TUTTI ON FRATERNITY AND FRIENDSHIP Pope Francis outlines a vision for a better world beyond the pandemic in his new encyclical which was released on the Feast of St Francis. READ MORE

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Parishes around the Archdiocese are continuing their live stream of Holy Mass for those who are unable to physically attend. FIND A LIVE STREAMED MASS
October 21, 2020
Faith leaders and prolife groups are warning that abortion could be made legal up to birth in South Australia.
October 20, 2020
Local bishops supported peaceful protestors, deplore the violent groups in Santiago.
October 19, 2020
Draft law to eliminate prayer vigils at abortion services in the western state.
October 17, 2020
Like those earlier popes, he may not be listened to until we’re much further down that dark road
October 17, 2020
The Pope also criticises those who believe worship of God is enough and are untrue to what his faith demands of them
October 16, 2020
Fr Maccalli never doubted his mission, praying for those who kept him captive in Africa.

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Homily for the Mass for 29TH Sunday of Ordinary Time, Year A

Fratelli Tutti, the title of Pope Francis’ latest encyclical, comes from his name-saint, Francis of Assisi, as did the title of his previous encyclical, Laudato Si’. Where the earlier document focussed upon our responsibilities for the natural environment, the new one attends to our human ecosystem.

Homily for the Mass for Monday of the 28th Week of Ordinary Time, Year 2

Jesus’ caustic reproaches today (Lk 11:29-32) are occasioned by people asking for signs, for proof that the outrageous things He said and did were from God. On the face of it, that’s human enough: we all have our doubts about the claims of gurus, theologians and experts, let alone the remorseless critics of religion like the ABC and the SMH.

Homily for the Mass for 28TH Sunday of Ordinary Time, Year A

It’s quite a story (Mt 22:1-14). First we have a wedding – the setting for many a rom-com – think Steel Magnolias, Crazy Rich Asians or My Big Fat Greek Wedding.

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