Archdiocese News

  1. Bill to Kill Terminally Ill Patients

    Bill to Kill Terminally Ill Patients
    21 Sep 2017 | Doctors in New South Wales would be given the power to help kill their terminally ill patients if requested, under a bill introduced to State Parliament today.

  2. Call to Keep Boxing Day a Family Day

    Call to Keep Boxing Day a Family Day
    20 Sep 2017 | The Archbishop of Sydney, Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP, has warned that Boxing Day trading legislation threatens to heighten community fragmentation and deprive...

  3. Standing Ovation

    Standing Ovation
    19 Sep 2017 | An ecstatic rendition of Claudio Monteverdi's Vespers of 1610 brought audiences at St Mary's Cathedral to their feet last week.

  4. Coalition for Marriage Launches No Campaign

    Coalition for Marriage Launches No Campaign
    18 Sep 2017 | THE leader of Ireland's unsuccessful no campaign, Keith Mills, said in the two years since same-sex marriage had been legalised in the majority Catholic country...

  5. Commitment to Keep Children Safe

    Commitment to Keep Children Safe
    12 Sep 2017 | The Safeguarding and Ministerial Integrity Office held its first Safeguarding Day for clergy on September 7 during National Child Protection Week.

  6. Awards for Excellence

    Awards for Excellence
    8 Sep 2017 | OUTSTANDING students from Catholic secondary schools across the Archdiocese were today presented with awards for excellence from Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP.

  7. Family-Minded Debate

    Family-Minded Debate
    8 Sep 2017 | Marriage is taking quite a beating right now. Many people are muddled about what marriage is, have lost confidence in its achievability, or have given up even trying.

  8. Three Challenges for Catholics Today: Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP

    Three Challenges for Catholics Today: Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP
    1 Sep 2017 | Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP delivers an important message on three key challenges facing Catholics today.

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