In this month's podcast, Archbishop Philip Wilson discussed the Plenary Council 2020 and compares the Catholic Church in Australia to the blind man Bartimaeus who asks Jesus to give him his sight and then follows him as his disciple.
Lutherans and Catholics will come together this month in Adelaide for a national celebration of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. In his podcast this month, Archbishop Philip Wilson reflects on this historic moment and the importance of a unified approach to proclaiming the Gospel.
The announcement this week that Pope Francis will visit Myanmar in November has been welcomed by Catholic Mission.
We are confronting a refugee crisis today that’s probably even worse than the one that confronted us at the end of World War II, according to Archbishop Philip Wilson in his latest podcast.
In National Vocations Awareness Week, Archbishop Philip Wilson talks about his calling to the priesthood as a young child and his journey to becoming a priest. He also discusses the support offered by the archdiocese for those thinking about the priesthood or Religious life.
Our Catholic community needs to think very seriously about the issue of drug use through programs in our schools and parishes, says Archbishop Philip Wilson in his podcast this month.
During Sunday's Angelus prayer, the Pope recalled that July 30 is the United Nation's World Day Against Human Trafficking. It is a cause especially close to Pope Francis. Thus with harsh words, he lamented that the world has almost become accustomed to this criminal situation.
At Sunday's Angelus, Pope Francis asked Christians to declare war on the vices that prevent the seed of God to take root in their soul.
Europe's highest court receives case over French-censored Down syndrome ad.
Rome's intense heat did not stop thousands of pilgrims from attending Sunday's Angelus prayer in St Peter's Square. Pope Francis explained that God understands that life is hard, but at the same time, invites people not to remain stuck in the difficulties and problems that afflict the heart.
Parishioners in the Adelaide Archdiocese are being urged to get behind a Community Climate Petition which is calling for stronger action by Federal politicians on climate change.
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The flagship of our communication efforts – the award winning newspaper The Southern Cross – will continue to be published monthly in print and distributed to all parishes and agencies. However, in recognition of the changing needs of news consumers, in particular younger people, and the development of direct and instantaneous forms of communication through digital technology, we will be moving to a daily digital media platform.
Pope Francis asks for 'deeds not words' for the first World Day of the Poor which will be held on November 19, 2017.
The next apostolic trip Pope Francis takes is to Fatima to celebrate the centenary of the apparitions of the Our Lady of Fatima. However, the anniversary events can be followed closely from any computer or smart phone.