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Message from Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP regarding the NSW Government’s COVID Freedom Plan – 9th September 2021
MESSAGE FROM ARCHBISHOP ANTHONY FISHER O.P. RE: TODAY’S ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE NSW GOVERNMENT’S COVID “FREEDOM PLAN” AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR PLACES AND ACTIVITIES OF WORSHIP - 9th September 2021 Dear friends in Christ, Announcements have been made today about Sydney beginning to reopen once 70% of the adult population has had two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine, and foreshadowing further easing once we reach 80%. The roadmap states that places of worship will be included in this reopening. In discussions with the NSW Government and NSW Health, I joined other religious leaders in insisting that worship is an essential service, not mere ...
Click the image above to read the Ninth Pastoral Letter from Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP to the Clergy and Faithful of Sydney
Click the link below to read Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP's Lenten Penance for 2019 Lenten Penance 2019Download
5pm Mass celebrated by Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP Note: There will be NO 5pm Vespers and 5:30pm Mass for this day only
The Order of Malta invites you to the Lourdes Day Mass, a mass for the sick and fragile in our community. A blessing of the sick will follow the celebration of the Liturgy with water brought from the spring at the shrine of Lourdes. Principal Celebrant: Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP, Archbishop of Sydney Mass: 10:00am
Ordination to the Permanent Diaconate of William Fernandes & Christopher Roehrig Principal Celebrant: Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP
Join us in the Chapter Hall at St Mary's Cathedral from 6.30pm for refreshments, followed by the lecture from Prof. Rowland Scholarship at the Cathedral is an initiative of the Sydney Archdiocese in partnership with The Institute for Ethics and Society of The University of Notre Dame Australia. In 2018, a series of public lectures with eminent intellectuals, both Australian and international will take place at St Mary's Cathedral. This event is sponsored by Most Reverend Anthony Fisher OP For more information about the event, click here
The Dempsey Medal is awarded annually by the Archbishop of Sydney to members of the Catholic clergy and laity. This Honour is named in recognition of a lay Catholic pioneer from Sydney’s early European settlement. James Dempsey was transported to Sydney in 1802 for his involvement in the Vinegar Hill rebellion in Co. Wexford. The home of this Carmelite tertiary was used to preserve the Blessed Sacrament and became a gathering place for Catholics with recitations of the Rosary each weekday and Vespers on Sundays during the period when the colony was without priests for almost a decade from 1810. Dempsey was an Irish stonemason who oversaw the ...