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HERITAGE TREASURES
The major French church requisites company Louis Gille & Cie, Lyon, founded in 1878, developed a particularly flourishing export trade to...Read more...
Catechesis of the Good Shepherd coming to Tasmania
The Archdiocese is seeking expressions of interest from those who wish to be involved in a unique catechetical program for children.   The...Read more...
Protecting the vulnerable during a time of crisis
By Ben Smith, Director of the Office of Life, Marriage and Family In an age of great technological progress, it is ironic that an organism of...Read more...
Weird Christians
By Dr Christine Wood, Director of the Office of Evangelisation & Catechesis In a post-modern world, it is not surprising to see a new movement,...Read more...
Catholics honoured for unstinting community service
Christopher Jones OAM Accountant Christopher Jones OAM was recognised for his service to the community of Hobart. Mr Jones, 81, of Sandy Bay, has...Read more...
Rosary residents tune in to Mass
Since March, residents at Rosary Gardens, New Town, (run by Southern Cross Care) have had visiting disrupted by COVID-19 – including chaplains...Read more...
Mission team takes up ministry of prayer
For young lay missionaries serving on the Immaculata community’s mission team the past few months became an opportunity to grow closer to God...Read more...
Evangelium Conference returns in 2020
An exciting one-day conference aimed at engaging Catholics in evangelisation will take place in Launceston in August. Themed ‘Becoming...Read more...
Cancelling cancel culture
By Tomasz Juszczak, Director of the Office of Youth Evangelisation It’s a fact of life: not everyone agrees with your point of view. One scroll...Read more...
St Camillus de Lellis: Feast Day: July 14
The patron saint of hospitals and nurses is St Camillus de Lellis, a soldier from Italy who after overcoming a chronic gambling addiction in his...Read more...
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