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Week 3

  • Remaining steadfast in faith key to reaching 25 year marriage anniversary

    “Why do you keep going to Church? It seems that God is not answering your prayers,” was one of the questions Langford parishioner Roselin Roch received from an acquaintance during a difficult moment in her life.

  • Melkites welcome new Syrian refugee families

    Newly arrived Syrian refugee families had the opportunity to meet and network with members of the Perth Archdiocese on Sunday, 21 August, by participating in a Melkite Rite Catholic Mass, a shared meal and different social activities.

  • Celebration of Mary’s Nativity shows she is Mother to us all

    Mary’s role as mother to all people makes her a key intercessor, bringing us all to Jesus, said visiting Father Ken Keating, speaking at a recent Mass celebrating the Nativity of Our Lady.

  • Poland opens its homes and parishes to pilgrims for WYD

    Many of those who attended World Youth Day (WYD) this year reported that it was a life-changing experience and for Catholic Youth Ministry Perth Director Anita Parker, it was a chance to connect not only with her faith, but with the culture of Polish people who welcomed pilgrims into their homes and communities.

  • WYD was a revolution and learning experience for Liam Ryan

    ‘Revolution’ is not a term that is usually mentioned in relation to religion and the experience of it by young people, but for World Youth Day (WYD) pilgrim and Redemptoris Mater Seminarian Liam Ryan, what he witnessed and learned in Poland indeed suggested a ‘revolution’ in faith among the other people present.