Archdiocese News

  1. Waterloo’s Catholic Primary racks up 160

    Waterloo’s Catholic Primary racks up 160

    November 19, 2018 |Our Lady of Mount Carmel Primary School, Waterloo, held a whole-school birthday party to celebrate its recent milestone.
  1. Parish honours its fallen through music

    Parish honours its fallen through music

    November 18, 2018 |Musicians gathered last Sunday at St Peter’s, Surry Hills, to honour the 114 parishioners who served in World War I.
  1. Street Feast a joy for city’s marginalised

    Street Feast a joy for city’s marginalised

    November 16, 2018 |Many of the city’s marginalised and vulnerable enjoyed lunch with Sydney’s Archbishop Anthony Fisher today.
  1. Life-giving service to women awarded

    Life-giving service to women awarded

    November 16, 2018 |A woman dragged into the media spotlight due to her own crisis pregnancy has been awarded for her role in raising awareness of the need for greater pregnancy su
  1. Reflections on a challenging but blessed life

    Reflections on a challenging but blessed life

    November 16, 2018 |It was a different era, when a young Kerry Bayada arrived at St Columba seminary in the Blue Mountains still a child. Now the retired monsignor looks back on ne
  1. Lights spectacular to draw Christmas crowds

    Lights spectacular to draw Christmas crowds

    November 16, 2018 |Sydney’s longest-running, free Christmas community event, which has become a “must see” for thousands each year, is about to kick-off for its ninth season
  1. In the footsteps of St Elizabeth

    In the footsteps of St Elizabeth

    November 15, 2018 |Catholic Mission is offering an opportunity for eight pilgrims to retrace the ancient paths of a world-famous journey.
  1. Sydney students arrive in Rome

    Sydney students arrive in Rome

    November 14, 2018 |Participants in the inaugural Australian Catholic University (ACU) School Leavers Program arrived at the ACU Rome Campus this week to begin a three-week study o
  1. Charles O’Neill commemorated at St Patrick’s

    Charles O’Neill commemorated at St Patrick’s

    November 14, 2018 |One of Australia’s most influential Catholics had a heart for the poor and for St Patrick’s at Church Hill.
  1. Science should serve humanity, says Pope

    Science should serve humanity, says Pope

    November 13, 2018 |Scientists worldwide must serve humanity and the health of the planet, Pope Francis said.