Melvil Decimal System: 261.62
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Works under MDS 261.62
- Ceremony of the Episcopal Ordination of the Most Reverend Geoffrey Francis Mayne D.D., A.M. Bishop to the Military Vicariate of Australia, Wednesday, February 27, 1985, St. Christopher's Cathedral Canberra
- Solemn Mass and liturgical reception of the Most Reverend Peter Ingham DD Fourth Bishop of Wollongong 25 July 2001
- The solemn reception and installation of His Lordship, the Most Reverend Bede Vincent Heather as first Bishop of Parramatta : 19 May 1986.
- Episcopal ordination of the Most Reverend Terence Brady : Titular Bishop of Talaptula, auxiliary bishop of Sydney
- Episcopal ordinations of the Most Reverend Julian Charles Porteous, Titular Bishop of Urusi, Auxiliary of Sydney : Most Reverend Anthony Colin Fisher OP, Titular Bishop of Buruni, Auxilary of Sydney September 3rd 2003
- Celebration of the Eucharist and Installation of Most Rev Philip Wilson DD JCL as Archbishop of Adelaide : Solemnity of St Francis Xavier December 2, 2001
- Cardinal George Pell : Liturgical Reception, Evening Prayer and Eucharist on the occasion of his elevation to the Sacred College of Cardinals St Mary's Cathedral, Sydney 11th November 2003, at 7:30pm
- Episcopal ordination of the Most Reverend Gregory O'Kelly SJ
- Episcopal Ordination of the Most Reverend Columba Macbeth Green
- Pontifical Mass of Christian Burial Most Reverend Edmund John Patrick Collins MSC DD AM Bishop Emeritus of the Catholic Diocese of Darwin
- Worship Beyond Nationalism: Practicing the Reign of God by Rob Hewell
- Most Reverend Anthony Colin Joseph Fisher OP
- Engineering: A Begineer's Guide by Natasha McCarthy
- Episcopal ordinations of the Most Reverend Anthony Randazzo, Titular Bishop of Urusi, Auxiliary of Sydney : Most Reverend Richard Umbers, Titular Bishop of Buruni, Auxilary of Sydney 24 August 2016
- Cristianismo e Politica: Teoria Biblica e prática histórica by Robinson Cavalcanti
- The Order of Blessing the Oil of Catechumens and of the sick and of consecrating the Chrism by Australian Catholic Bishops Conference
- Ceremony of the Episcopal ordination of the Most Reverend Patrick L. Murphy D.D. : Auxiliary Bishop to His Eminence Cardinal James Freeman, Archbishop of Sydney
- Dedication of the Altar : St Mary's Cathedral, Sydney Saturday 19 July 2008, 9:30am-11:30am
- The solemn installation of the Most Reverend Patrick Laurence Murphy as first Bishop of Broken Bay : at Corpus Christi Cathedral, St. Ives, 28 May 1986.
- The solemn reception and installation of His Grace, the Most Reverend Edward Bede Clance D.D., L.S.S. as seventh Archbiosph of Sydney and Metropolitan of the Ecclesiastical Province of Sydney 27 April 1983
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