March 1, 2024
From a young age, 34-year-old Erin Gillard always harboured a deep yearning to serve God. In this episode of Disciple Diaries, she shares how even a shock diagnosis couldn't dissuade her from serving God
February 29, 2024
Sydney Catholic Youth volunteers gave up their Saturday for “Hands of Mercy,” an elderly outreach event to encourage young people to perform a corporal act of mercy this Lent.
February 29, 2024
A statue of Mary has helped families to pray together for more than 60 years, with Our Lady often making a visit when she's most needed


Homily for Mass of the 2nd Sunday of Lent, Year B

It was known as The Nuremberg Defence. Following the Second World War, an International Military Tribunal was established by the principal Allied powers, tasked with prosecuting those responsible for the most heinous of the Nazi “crimes against humanity”. The so-called ‘Nuremberg Trials’ convicted nineteen officials for their roles in planning…

Homily for Mass for the Feast of the Chair of the Apostle Peter

The recently aired ABC docuseries Nemesis offers a dramatic account of the internal wars, external challenges and multiple leadership coups of the Liberal-National Party coalition when in power from 2013 to ’22. In particular, it charts the rise and fall of Prime Ministers Tony Abbott, Malcolm Turnbull and Scott Morrison, based on interviews with two of them and a supporting cast of ministers and staffers. It’s a captivating tale of the perils of power and personality, the egos…

Homily for Mass Commissioning of Beginning Teachers for Sydney Catholic Schools

Jonah was a prophet from the eighth century before Christ, whose tug-o-war with God gave us one of the great stories of vocational call and response, fright and flight, failure and success in a calling—all of which explains why we hear excerpts from the story in Lent, the season of return and reconciliation. But all most people know about Jonah is that he spent…