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Gospel Matters: Will all People be Saved?
Dr. Christine Wood, Director, Office of Evangelisation & Catechesis Can we hope that all people will be saved? Theologians have wrestled with...Read more...
Sacrament Matters: The Dignity of the Human Person
Dr. Christine Wood, Director, Office of Evangelisation & Catechesis C. S. Lewis once wrote, “There are no ordinary people. You have never...Read more...
Fra Angelico: (Feast: February 18)
By Michael McKenna, Director, Office of Liturgy Beatified on October 3, 1982 by Pope St John Paul II who later declared him the patron saint of...Read more...
HERITAGE TREASURES
By Brian Andrews, Archdiocese of Hobart Heritage Officer. As travellers on the Midland Highway pass the historic township of Oatlands they get a...Read more...
Day 8 of the Royal Commission’s Catholic wrap up: summary and analysis
The eighth day of the Royal Commission’s Catholic “wrap up” hearing was held yesterday in Sydney. You can read a summary of Tuesday...Read more...
Hobart welcomes Fr Christopher Kasturi
Born in Myanmar (Burma) in 1960, Fr Thomas Christopher Kasturi arrived in India in 1965 as a refugee, where missionaries helped to provide work for...Read more...
Celebrating certification at Blueline Laundry
A presentation at Blueline Laundry in Hobart in January recognised the significant achievements of staff who had completed accredited training...Read more...
Vale: Peter Robert Patmore
Tasmania’s Catholic community were saddened to learn of the death of Peter Robert Patmore in December 2016. Mr Patmore was actively engaged in...Read more...
Making a mission in 2017
The Sisters of the Immaculata hosted their tenth Immaculata Mission School for young people in Launceston during January. It was the second...Read more...
Welcoming our new refugee families
Recently arrived refugee families from Iraq and Syria cooked up a magnificent feast of culinary delights to share ‘a taste of home’ with...Read more...
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