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Help us to 'see'

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.


Working together to honour the Lord

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.


Vocation to priesthood a personal experience

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.


Addressing the root cause of drug use

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.


Pope laments acceptance of human trafficking

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.