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Evangelium Conference: developing a missionary spirit in parishes
A conference aimed at engaging Catholics in evangelization will be held for the first time in Tasmania in August. The Evangelium Conference, which...Read more...
HERITAGE TREASURES
Our remarkable Catholic heritage includes elegant churches by Henry Hunter, Tasmania’s most prolific nineteenth-century architect, and the...Read more...
St Philip Neri. Patron of Humour and Joy! (Feast: May 26)
By Michael McKenna, Director of the Office of Liturgy Over five hundred years ago, St Philip Neri, founder of the Oratorians, was born in Florence....Read more...
Changes in store for Vinnies
Changes are in store at the popular Vinnies shops around the state. While four ‘bigger and brighter’ shops are set to open, the vital...Read more...
Cathedral’s cross a memorial to men who carried their faith until the end
By Dr Nick Brodie Every time we enter St Mary’s Cathedral from the Harrington Street door we are asked to pray for the repose of the souls of...Read more...
Religious called to reaffirm desire to live paschal mystery to the full
Men and women religious were reminded that their consecration is rooted in the paschal mystery of Jesus’ death and resurrection at the annual...Read more...
Eucharistic adoration close to the heart of Walk With Christ organiser
The heart of Hobart’s Walk With Christ – Eucharistic adoration – has personal significance for the organiser of the annual...Read more...
Gospel Matters: ‘Christ the Divine One’
By Dr Christine Wood, Director of the Office of Evangelisation & Catechesis It’s striking how often we hear about Jesus’ humanity;...Read more...
Tasmanians trust in Divine Mercy
A special day of graces drew parishioners to Divine Mercy Sunday services around the state. Held this year on April 28, Divine Mercy Sunday is...Read more...
Fr Crisanto answers God's calling
Fr Crisanto Mendoza MLCC feels fulfilled in his vocation and is looking forward to serving the people of Launceston in his new role as assistant...Read more...
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