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Advent: learning the art of waiting
Although our lives at times may seem very full and busy, there are moments when we spend time waiting. In our younger years waiting for things or...Read more...
Hospitality, hope and new life the hallmarks of ministry
  A time of prayer, reflection and thanksgiving marked the end of one era and the dawning of another at the Emmanuel Centre in Launceston. About...Read more...
Australian Catholic Youth Festival brings hope for young Catholics
Culminating in the largest Catholic Mass in Australia since World Youth Day 2008, the Australian Catholic Youth Festival (ACYF) saw almost 20,000...Read more...
Rosary gatherings across Tasmania mark centenary of Fatima apparitions
Tasmanians celebrated the centenary of the final apparition of Fatima enthusiastically with gatherings around the state held to mark the event....Read more...
Marriage effort unites Christians
Efforts to defend marriage as between a man and woman has seen Christians unified behind a common cause, those involved in the campaign have...Read more...
To World Youth Day and back again
By Tomasz Juszczak, Director of Youth Evangelisation The Central American nation of Panama is set to welcome millions of young Catholics from around...Read more...
Former governor says service is part of the life of a committed Catholic
South Hobart parishioner and former Tasmanian governor the Honourable William Cox AC RFD ED describes his parish as one full of people willing to...Read more...
Focus on funding fairness, faith and the future at conference
The past year had been a particularly significant one for Catholic education in Tasmania, according to the Archbishop of Hobart, Julian Porteous....Read more...
OBITUARY - Sr Marie Therese of the Child Jesus, OCD (1942-2017)
In between the two great Carmelite feasts of St Therese and St Teresa in October, the Tasmanian Carmelite community suddenly lost one of its long-...Read more...
Students encouraged to ‘sock it to poverty’ during World Mission Month
Catholic school students from around Tasmania have been taking part in Catholic Mission’s ‘sock it to poverty’ initiative Socktober...Read more...
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