This morning's CathNews has reported on the discussions between the Diocese of Parramatta and Parramatta City Council to share the Old Kings School site under church ownership.
With less than 200 days to go until World Youth Day 2011 (15-21 August), the city of Madrid is eagerly awaiting the arrival of pilgrims from around every corner of the globe.
Director of the Australian Catholic Migrant and Refugee Office Fr Maurizio Pettená CS has been appointed as a consulter to the Pontifical Council for Migrants and Refugees.
This morning's CathNews' has reported on Bishop of Parramatta Most Rev Anthony Fisher OP's warning to the legal fraternity that euthanasia is contrary to the ideals of justice and charity and would corrupt society.
As the new school year begins, Chairman of the Bishops’ Commission for Catholic Education Bishop Greg O’Kelly has paid tribute to the work of teachers, particularly those who work in Catholic schools.
Two Catholic Education, Diocese of Parramatta school strings teachers have been awarded prestigious Golden Fiddle awards at this year's Tamworth Country Music Festival.
The spirit of Australia’s first Saint Mary MacKillop lives on, as two Sisters prepare to travel Australia raising funds for community project grants that will help those most devastated by the nation’s recent floods.
The St Vincent de Paul Society is calling on Australians to maintain the spirit of solidarity displayed in the flood crises that continue to affect Queensland, NSW, Victoria and Tasmania.
As the cleanup continues in the wake of January’s horrific deluge, Caritas Australia has extended solidarity and heartfelt support to the millions of people worldwide whose lives have been affected by floods in the past six months.
Catholic Health Australia says older Australians and service providers would welcome the Productivity Commission’s recommendation for universal entitlement for aged care.