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Top Places to Visit in Australia for Catholics

 Australia is a beautiful country with a rich Catholic history. There are many places to visit that are of interest to Catholics, from historic churches and monasteries to beautiful natural landscapes. Here are a few of the top places to go in Australia if you are a Catholic:

New Norcia is a Benedictine monastery founded in 1846. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is home to a number of beautiful churches, monasteries, and gardens.

The Mary MacKillop Centre is a shrine dedicated to Australia's first saint, Mary MacKillop. She was a nun who founded the Sisters of St. Joseph in 1866. The centre is located in Penola, South Australia, where Mary MacKillop was born.

The Shrine of Our Lady of Mercy is a Marian shrine located in Penrose Park, Victoria. It was dedicated in 1954 and is a popular pilgrimage site for Catholics from all over Australia.

St. Mary's Cathedral is the Catholic cathedral of Sydney. It is a beautiful Gothic-style cathedral that was built in the 19th century.

St. Patrick's Cathedral is the Catholic cathedral of Melbourne. It is a beautiful neo-gothic cathedral that was built in the 19th century.

These are just a few of the many places to visit in Australia that are of interest to Catholics. Whether you are interested in history, nature, or spirituality, you are sure to find something to enjoy in this beautiful country.

In addition to these places, there are also many other Catholic churches and shrines throughout Australia. If you are planning a trip to Australia, be sure to do some research and find the places that are most meaningful to you.

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