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Pope Francis on Hope & Courage During Covid-19

Pope Francis on Hope & Courage During Covid-19

During the Covid-19 Pandemic Pope Francis has been offering encouragement to the world. He has spoken to us powerful words about keeping hope and courage alive. This video provides a summary of some of these messages that we have received over the past few months as...

Hopes for the Church after Lockdown

Hopes for the Church after Lockdown

Those in early adulthood in the United Kingdom share their hopes for the Church after lockdown, recognising Pope Francis’ call to contribute their gifts and energies to the Church. This video has been produced by a group of young adults who are working on various...

What is Hope and Why Do I Need It?

What is Hope and Why Do I Need It?

Hope, in the Christian sense, is often misunderstood. It is not the same as optimism or presumption. It is not the blind faith that we will go to heaven or the escapist way to avoid the troubles of this world. It’s not the virtue we need to see the present moment with...

Leading a Missionary Parish

Leading a Missionary Parish

From the Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne, The Leading a Missionary Parish series offers interactive sessions with global leaders in missionary parish renewal. Missionary parishes transform lives and grow disciples for whom worship and sacraments come to life and...

Fr Trung’s Vocation Story

Fr Trung’s Vocation Story

Fr Trung is our newest priest in the Diocese. Earlier this year, before his ordination, he shared his story of vocation and discernment. He is now the 'Vocations Director' for the diocese, helping people discern their calling in life and consider whether priesthood or...

The Upper Zoom

The Upper Zoom

As part of our Diocesan celebrations on Pentecost Sunday we had an inspiring time of prayer hosted online and led by people from across the whole diocese. The prayer itself beings at 11:00 after introductions of those leading various parts of the prayer....

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