Archdiocese News

  1. Prayers, wishes for HSC students

    Prayers, wishes for HSC students

    October 18, 2018 |Today 19,140 Catholic school students begin their NSW Higher School Certificate exam period boosted by much love, prayers and well-wishes.
  1. St Joseph invoked for new roof at Riverwood

    St Joseph invoked for new roof at Riverwood

    October 18, 2018 |Parishioners of St Joseph’s in Riverwood are invoking St Joseph, and the generosity of people, to raise $500,000 to pay for their new roof.
  1. Huge response building for Plenary 2020

    Huge response building for Plenary 2020

    October 17, 2018 |Plenary Council Facilitator Lana Turvey-Collins says the listening and dialogue phase has got to a "great start".
  1. Religious freedom ‘paramount’ in schools

    Religious freedom ‘paramount’ in schools

    October 17, 2018 |Catholic educators say they want a rational discussion on religious freedom after the Ruddock report leak.
  1. Bringing Christ onto campus at USyd

    Bringing Christ onto campus at USyd

    October 16, 2018 |Despite wind and rain, the Catholic Society at Sydney University went ahead with their annual Eucharistic Procession across campus, on Thursday 11 October.
  1. New summer school to unpack marriage

    New summer school to unpack marriage

    October 16, 2018 |Young Catholic adults around the country have a unique summertime opportunity coming up in January against the backdrop of Tasmania’s natural and historic bea
  1. Call to give women vote at Synod

    Call to give women vote at Synod

    October 16, 2018 |Women should be included as full members at a Synod of Bishops, said three priests at the Synod on Youth.
  1. Mark Latham says Christianity ‘vital’

    Mark Latham says Christianity ‘vital’

    October 15, 2018 |Former Labor Leader Mark Latham says Australia needs to ensure Christians are free to practice and teach their faith.
  1. Schools body: ‘Protect gay students’

    Schools body: ‘Protect gay students’

    October 15, 2018 |Catholic Schools NSW says it never sought concessions to discriminate against students or teachers on the basis of sexuality.
  1. Archbishop Fisher: Upholding freedoms not likely in Australia

    Archbishop Fisher: Upholding freedoms not likely in Australia

    October 12, 2018 |Archbishop Fisher has commended the British Supreme Court's ruling upholding the religious freedom of an Irish bakery, saying a similar ruling would be unlikely