Students from Our Lady of the Way Primary in Emu Plains participated in a powerful ‘stand up’ event on National Sorry Day to show solidarity with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
An interview with St Nicholas of Myra Penrith Parish Priest Very Rev Chris de Souza EV, following his appointment as the National Spiritual Advisor for Couples for Christ Australia.
The Catholic Diocese of Parramatta was a generous supporter of the Australian arm of the Catholic Church's global mission aid agency last year, raising more than $573,000 for Catholic Mission.
The Australian Catholic Migrant and Refugee Office has challenged the Australian government to consider the dignity of human life when dealing with issues of irregular migration.
The release of the draft R18+ Computer Games Guidelines by Mr Brendan O’Connor, Minister for Home Affairs and Justice, has been welcomed by the Catholic Church.
Most Rev Anthony Fisher OP has given interviews with the local media on his first year as Bishop of Paramatta, saying he is 'happy but not complacent' with the growth the Diocese's Catholic community.
Sydney student Kieran Williams has won first prize in the international World Youth Day Madrid 2011 video competition, with his entry 'The Power of Confession'.
Responsible Gambling Awareness Week (23-29 May) emphasises the importance of responsible gambling practices at both the personal and community level.
As the nation prepares to mark Sorry Day on 26 May, Caritas Australia is calling for a fresh national focus to be placed on Truth, Justice and Healing for Aboriginal people who were removed from their families.
In his latest CathBlog, Catholic Diocese of Parramatta Social Justice Co-ordinator Evan Ellis reflects on the echoes of Sir Thomas More's words in today's world.