'Proposing Vocations in the Local Church' is the theme of Pope Benedict XVI's Message for the 48th World Day of Prayer for Vocations, which is to be celebrated on 15 May, fourth Sunday of Easter (Good Shepherd Sunday).
Hundreds of people from migrant communities from around the Archdiocese of Sydney and beyond are expected to gather at St Mary’s Cathedral on Tuesday 10 May for a Multicultural Mass celebrated by Cardinal George Pell.
National Volunteer Week - the the largest celebration of volunteers and volunteerism in Australia - is being celebrating from 9 to 15 May.
The Australian Government’s proposal to keep teenage mums in school by withholding welfare payments is punitive and will not work says Executive Director of Schools in the Diocese of Parramatta, Greg Whitby.
The National Assocation of Deacons will gather in Brisbane from 30 June to 3 July for its biennial conference, reflecting on the theme 'Believe what you read. Teach what you believe. Practice what you teach'.
This Mother’s Day, Catholic Mission is asking all Australians to remember the sacrifice of mothers the world over to bring joy and health to their children.
The Bishop of Parramatta, Most Rev Anthony Fisher OP, has announced the reappointment of Greg Whitby as Executive Director of Schools for a further five years.
Catholic schools across the Parramatta Diocese are celebrating the fifth annual Catholic Schools Week by showcasing the learning and teaching that takes place in our schools on a daily basis.
The Vatican has released a declaration on the news regarding the death of Osama Bin Laden.
All young people in the Catholic Diocese of Parramatta are invited to take part in 'Prayer for Our Lives and Purpose' at St Patrick's Cathedral this Thursday 5 May from 7pm.