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Novena to St Mark the Evangelist

Last edited 16th April 2018

Feast Day: 25 April


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Prayer of St Francis | Spirit Juice

Last edited 13th April 2018

Pray the St Francis prayer today with this beautiful video produced by Spirit Juice.


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The Myth About Repentance - Bishop Tony Randazzo

Last edited 20th March 2018

In this Lenten podcast, Bishop Tony Randazzo, Auxiliary Bishop of Sydney, breaks down the myths or misconceptions about repentance, unpacking what repentance truly is.

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Lord's Prayer is "Prayer for Excellence”: Pope Francis at General Audience

Last edited 14th March 2018

Following weeks of cold, good weather finally made its way to Rome. Thus, Pope Francis' General Audience could be celebrated in St. Peter's Square.


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Catholic Mindfulness with Dr Gregory Bottaro

Last edited 12th March 2018

Dr Gregory Bottaro is a Catholic Clinical psychologist who brings together truths about the mind and truths about the faith to help you to become the best version of your self.


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Christina King - My Encounter - Not Alone

Last edited 8th March 2018

Christina King explains of a time in her life where she felt that everything was falling apart in her life.


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Sam Clear - The Day the Eucharist Changed my Life

Last edited 8th March 2018

In this video Sam Clear talks about the day when he realised what the Eucharist was and how it changed his life.


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Killed Salvadorean Archbishop Romero to be Made a Saint

Last edited 7th March 2018

Archbishop Óscar Romero, who was killed in 1980 while he was celebrating Mass in El Salvador, will be declared a saint, Pope Francis has announced. Pope Paul VI, who oversaw many of the reforms the Catholic Church underwent in the 1960s, will also be made a saint, the Vatican said.


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Judge me, O God

Last edited 4th March 2018

With the Fifth Sunday begins the final two weeks of Lent, historically known as ‘Passiontide’, when our attention turns more intently towards the passion and death of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. Although Passiontide may have fallen into desuetude as the name of a distinct liturgical season, its echoes linger on in the Church’s liturgy and customs. For instance, many places - St. Mary’s Cathedral here in Sydney amongst them - maintain the practice of veiling crucifixes and images with violet cloth during this time.


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The Sacrament of Love: The Importance of Eucharistic Adoration

Last edited 20th February 2018

I was recently chatting to a catechist I know here in Sydney and she was telling me a little bit about some of the people she’s met who are interested in becoming Catholics. More than one of them had told her that although they didn’t understand anything that was going at Mass there was a very special peace that they experienced while they were there. They didn't know why it was but it was enough for them to start the process of RCIA. I haven't met these people, but I wouldn't hesitate to guess that the peace that they experienced was closely related to the real presence of the Lord.


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