Church Without Walls - Stories of Mission and Outreach IMAGE Your Diocese

Church Without Walls - Stories of Mission and Outreach

October 26, 2021 Brendon Mannyx, Sarah James

‘Church without Walls’ is an initiative of our Diocesan Synod Journey, Building the Kingdom of God Together.

Fresh Heart! Fresh Hope! Ministry Symposium IMAGE Your Diocese

Fresh Heart! Fresh Hope! Ministry Symposium

October 26, 2021 Guest Contribution

You are invited to the Fresh Heart! Fresh Hope! Online Ministry Symposium, brought to you by Alive in the Spirit.

LITURGY MATTERS: Parishes becoming centres of prayer IMAGE Your Diocese

LITURGY MATTERS: Parishes becoming centres of prayer

October 26, 2021 Louise Gannon rsj

Our church buildings are open again for worship and prayer, and everyone is welcome. Rather than making a U turn and heading back to pre-COVID ‘normal’, let’s listen to what the Spirit is saying and seize the moment to act boldly and be open to renewing our communal worship and prayer.

Storytelling from the Heart: Painting Through the Pain IMAGE Your Diocese

Storytelling from the Heart: Painting Through the Pain

October 19, 2021 Guest Contribution

In this online event, Richard Campbell weaves his story through his paintings for the Stations of the Cross that are at the Reconciliation Church in La Perouse. 

Join the Pastoral Placement Program! IMAGE Your Diocese

Join the Pastoral Placement Program!

October 19, 2021 Guest Contribution

The Catholic Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle is offering a Pastoral Placement Program for people seeking to explore opportunities to serve God and God’s people through various ministries.

Plenary Council Closing Address IMAGE Your Diocese

Plenary Council Closing Address

October 12, 2021 Guest Contribution

President of the Fifth Plenary Council of Australia, the Most Rev Timothy Costelloe SDB, closed the First Assembly with the following address:

The doors of the building are locked, but the Church is still open for business IMAGE Your Diocese

The doors of the building are locked, but the Church is still open for business

October 12, 2021 Fr Greg Barker

There is no doubt that the last 18 months or so have been challenging. Negotiating the rules around restrictions let alone applying them takes energy. For many businesses this has seen a downturn in their trade at the door. For others their businesses have never been healthier as they explore new ways to service their customer base. This, as we know, has seen so many businesses trade more and more through the virtual and online platforms.