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Turn unemployment into care

  • May 25, 2020

Even as many of us struggle to cope and adjust to the challenges coronavirus presents, it would be remiss of us to forget the thousands of children in NSW who, through no fault of their own, live in foster care placements. All too often, these childr…

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Isolation is not so splendid for some

  • May 15, 2020

COVID-19 forced isolation is impacting on us all and significantly our capacity to see friends, engage in community activities and enjoy life in general. Some of us may be feeling disconnected, dejected and alone as we navigate this challenging time.…

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Volunteers keep social obligations on the boil

  • Apr 17, 2020

When Pope Francis gave his extraordinary blessing to the world on 27 March, he recognised the essential workers who continue to serve and give hope to others in a time of uncertainty and need. On the eve of National Volunteer Week (Monday 18 May – Su…

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Channel 7 to broadcast St Mary’s Cathedral Easter services

  • Apr 02, 2020

Catholics around Australia will be able to watch Easter services live on national television from St Mary’s Cathedral in Sydney. In a 7News special, the top- rating network will stream The Lord’s Passion at 3pm on Good Friday and Easter Sunday Mass…

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Live Stream Mass this Sunday

  • Mar 27, 2020

Good news for parishioners of the Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle. Mass will be live streamed this Sunday at 9.30am from Sacred Heart Cathedral. Due to COVID-19 restrictions closing all churches and restricting gatherings, the diocese has been working…

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Keeping Sunday Holy – What Can We Do?

  • Mar 19, 2020

To assist individuals and families during this time, the Diocesan Liturgy Council has offered the following options, particularly in keeping Sunday holy: 1. Praying with the Sunday readings: Such prayer may take many forms including Lectio Divina and…

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