150 Days of Action
The Gospel tells us that Joseph, Mary and Jesus fled from their homeland for safety.
Pope Francis has recently named St Joseph as “the special patron of all those forced to leave their native lands because of war, hatred, persecution and poverty.”
Confronting exposure leads to positive outcome
Stories from the Synod: Jennifer Rumbel
As a Kamilaroi woman I wish to begin by acknowledging the traditional custodians of the land on which we are gathered today, the Awabakal people and to pay my respects to elders, past, present and emerging and to Aboriginal people here today.
Join our Diocesan Councils!
Our Diocese's new Manager – Mission and Outreach, Brendon Mannyx, shares an invitation to live our faith in action through the work of our Diocesan Councils.
Dying to Know Day
Dying To Know Day is about creating space for death; to prepare for and deal with end-of-life matters.
Amen to the Camino
The Diocesan aMeN CaMiNo was officially launched in May 2021 when 11 pilgrims set off on a five-day trek after receiving a blessing from Bishop Bill at St John's Chapel in Maitland.
Stories from the Synod: Brendon Mannyx
Stories from the Synod: Fr James Odoh
As a priest of the Diocese, Mission and Outreach is not always an easy thing to do. But the fact of being out there living out the gospel values and making positive impacts in people’s lives, makes me a happy person.