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Archbishop Anthony Fisher Wanting St Mary's Cathedral To Reopen

Sydney's Roman Catholic Archbishop Anthony Fisher is leading the charge of religious leaders concerned they are being left out in the cold as NSW moves to ease restrictions on the number of people allowed to gather in public. From Monday, as many as 50 people will be allowed to visit a restaurant, pub, club, or cafe — but the number of worshippers­ allowed to gather together at a church, temple, or mosque will continue to be capped at just 10. “Some of our churches are very much bigger than your average suburban restaurant,” Archbishop Fisher said. He has launched a petition on the Catholic Archdiocese’s website aimed at the Berejiklian government asking that houses of worship be included in the new measures.

Archbishop Anthony Fisher Wanting St Mary's Cathedral To Reopen
MAY 27, 2020: SYDNEY, NSW. Catholic Archbishop...
By Toby Zerna
27 May, 2020
Archbishop Anthony Fisher Wanting St Mary's Cathedral To Reopen
MAY 27, 2020: SYDNEY, NSW. Catholic Archbishop...
By Toby Zerna
27 May, 2020
Archbishop Anthony Fisher Wanting St Mary's Cathedral To Reopen
MAY 27, 2020: SYDNEY, NSW. Catholic Archbishop...
By Toby Zerna
27 May, 2020
Archbishop Anthony Fisher Wanting St Mary's Cathedral To Reopen
MAY 27, 2020: SYDNEY, NSW. Catholic Archbishop...
By Toby Zerna
27 May, 2020
Archbishop Anthony Fisher Wanting St Mary's Cathedral To Reopen
MAY 27, 2020: SYDNEY, NSW. Catholic Archbishop...
By Toby Zerna
27 May, 2020
Archbishop Anthony Fisher Wanting St Mary's Cathedral To Reopen
MAY 27, 2020: SYDNEY, NSW. Catholic Archbishop...
By Toby Zerna
27 May, 2020
Archbishop Anthony Fisher Wanting St Mary's Cathedral To Reopen
MAY 27, 2020: SYDNEY, NSW. Catholic Archbishop...
By Toby Zerna
27 May, 2020
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