Archive: Opus Dei in Australia

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Mass of St Josemaria in Sydney

Mass of St Josemaria in Sydney

On Monday 27 June, a Mass was celebrated in honor of St Josemaria at St Mary's Cathedral. Despite the cold conditions, the Cathedral was full, with many young people in attendance. The principal celebrant was Bishop Peter Comensoli, Bishop of Broken Bay. Here is a transcript of his homily:

11 Years on in Dubbo

11 Years on in Dubbo

For the past eleven years, Creston College in affiliation with Reledev Australia have organised service projects in Dubbo for groups of young people and the elderly in need.

From Sydney to Rome and the Holy Land – UNIV 2014

From Sydney to Rome and the Holy Land – UNIV 2014

In March 2014, 16 intrepid young men from Sydney left their university studies and jobs on a pilgrimage to Rome and the Holy Land. They took part in the UNIV conference – a conference organised for University students from across the world during Holy Week; and also attended the canonisations of Pope John Paul II and Pope John XXIII. The pilgrimage was organised by Warrane College and also involved students from Mirrabooka and Nairana Study Centres.

Saint Mary Star of the Sea

St Mary Star of the Sea, West Melbourne is considered one of Australia’s most beautiful neo-gothic churches. In 2001 the administration of St Mary's was entrusted to the priests of Opus Dei. The current Parish Priest is Fr Anthony Bernal. Assistant priests are Fr Joseph Pich, and Fr Jerry Gehringer.