The Sydney Archdiocese has announced its newest parish and it’s only minutes from the CBD. Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP formally recognised by Decree the creation of the new Parish of Sydney City South under the Patronage of Our Lady, St Joseph and St Vincent de Paul.
On 30 April, Sydney Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP issued Decrees merging the parishes of Rosebery, Redfern and Waterloo and in doing so created the new parish of ‘Sydney City South’. As the new parish begins we do not forget our history which links us to Archbishop Polding.
Sydney’s newest parish, Sydney City South, will encompass Rosebery, Waterloo and Redfern. Ninety-year-old Kath Atkins has attended Mass at St Joseph’s at Rosebery her entire life and is known as a stalwart of the parish. Over the past nine decades she has seen many parishioners…
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