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BISHOP CALLS FOR A DAY OF PRAYER FOR RAIN AND THOSE SUFFERING FROM THE DROUGHT

On Sunday 29th July, Bishop McKenna requests the people of the Diocese of Bathurst to be united in a Day of Prayer for rain and for those suffering from the drought. Read the Bishop's message HERE> 

PLENARY COUNCIL 2020 
A MESSAGE FROM BISHOP McKENNA 

Bishop McKenna urges every Catholic in our Diocese to take part in the opportunities that will be provided as part of the Plenary 2020 process.
Read his message and learn more about Plenary Council 2020 HERE>

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR THE KIMBERLEY CATHOLIC VOLUNTEER SERVICE

The Diocese of Broome, Western Australia, requires volunteers to assist with the work of the local Church in the Kimberley.

Find out more HERE>

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Find out about the
Diocese of Bathurst Pilgrimage to
World Youth Day 2019 HERE

         

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POPE TO ATTEND WORLD YOUTH DAY IN PANAMA JANUARY 2019

Pope Francis will attend the next World Youth Day event, set to take place in Panama in January 2019
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DIOCESE TO CONSTRUCT A
NEW SECONDARY CAMPUS OF 
ST MATTHEW'S SCHOOL, MUDGEE

  Bishop McKenna jas approved the recommendation to move forward with the construction of a second campus of St Matthew's Catholic School, Mudgee. MORE>

POPE FRANCIS APPOINTS BISHOP COMENSOLI TO MELBOURNE ARCHDIOCESE 

Pope Francis has appointed the Bishop of Broken Bay, Peter A. Comensoli, as the new Archbishop of Melbourne, with effect from August 1.
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"Dear Friends in Christ,
In my Lenten message of 2017, I asked for our local church to become a community ready to listen to, accompany and assist those among us who suffered childhood sexual abuse in our schools, orphanages and parishes."

Read more HERE>

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