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- Mary is the great symbol of our faith, says Archbishop Costelloe
- First Archdiocesan Assembly set to be launched on 4 June
- Catholic Outreach volunteers “heaven sent”
- Tradition of volunteering continues: Bishop Sproxton gives thanks for ‘those who worked hard with the little that they had’
- Good Shepherd Sunday opens new doors at St Charles Seminary
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Mick Malthouse Comes for Morning Tea
Top former AFL coach Mick Malthouse visited the Cathedral Presbytery for morning tea.
Letter from Rome
Archbishop Barry Hickey and Bishop Don Sproxton have sent a letter home about their time so far in Rome at the Ad Limina Apostolorum (To the Threshold of the Apostles) meeting of Australian Bishops.
Pope to Open Domus Australia today
Pope Benedict XVI will officially open Australia's first pilgrim centre in Rome today 19 October at 5.30pm ROME TIME.
Perth's Shepherd preaches in Rome
Archbishop Hickey preached to the Australian Catholic Bishops on 20 October in Rome during the Ad Limina.
Pastoral Letter on the New Translation of the Roman Missal
Archbishop Hickey welcomes the New Translation of the Mass. He announces the introduction of the Peoples' Responses this weekend in the Archdiocese.
Fremantle Celebrates the 63rd Annual Blessing of the Fleet
Archbishop Barry James Hickey, freshly arrived from his ad limina visit to Rome, joined the people of Fremantle for the 63rd Annual Blessing of the Fleet on Sunday 30 October 2011.