- Aug 4, 2021
Sex abuse, LGBT concerns, migration, and technology took center stage during the first full day of Synod discussions.
Archbishop Anthony Fisher of Australia says there’s still a lot of work to do to recover from the clerical sexual abuse scandals in the Church.
Shockwaves sett off by the clerical abuse scandals and Australia’s Royal Commission may revive a seemingly settled debate over an alternative mode for the sacrament of confession.
Archbishop Anthony Fisher of Sydney speaks about the lasting influence of World Youth Day in Sydney and his hope for the upcoming Synod on young people.
The newly elected head of the Australian Catholic Bishops’ Conference discusses the looming trial of Cardinal George Pell, ‘Amoris Laetitia,’ and more.
What legal protections priests should have in the confessional needs to be decided on the national level in Australia, according to the premier of the eastern state of New South Wales.
Archbishop Anthony Fisher of Sydney said that “our culture has messed up about life and love, justice and mercy,” at the Catholic Youth Festival’s Dec. 9 Mass.