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The bell tolls again after 50 years
On Black Tuesday, 7 February 1967, Our Lady Queen of Peace Church at Flowerpot was destroyed by a bushfire that claimed the lives and homes of many...Read more...
Increased Social Housing for Tasmania
Centacare Evolve Housing (CEH) will deliver 150 new or refurbished social housing dwellings in Tasmania via a new program announced in March. CEH...Read more...
Sacrament Matters: The Love of God this Lent (March 2017)
Dr. Christine Wood, Director, Office of Evangelisation & Catechesis Experiencing the love of God is essential for the Christian life. Have you...Read more...
HERITAGE TREASURES
By Brian Andrews, Archdiocese of Hobart Heritage Officer  Launceston’s noble Church of the Apostles is one of the foremost architectural...Read more...
Tasmania’s first bishop returns to Hobart
The mortal remains of Bishop Robert William Willson – Tasmania’s first Catholic bishop – have returned to Hobart following his...Read more...
There’s a hub of activity in Bridgewater…
A new health service called ‘The Hub’ launched in Bridgewater on 16 February, increasing the community’s access to health care. The...Read more...
Pilgrimage to El Camino
“Camino means ‘the way’ in Spanish,” explains Glenorchy parishioner Joe Nahas, who has recently returned from completing the...Read more...
2017 Los Angeles Religious Education Congress
Nine representatives from the Archdiocese of Hobart, including six Catholic Education staff attended the 2017 Los Angeles Religious Education...Read more...
Making a Difference to the Tasmanian Community
Calvary Health Care Tasmania has awarded six community grants to Tasmanian not-for-profit groups to seed local projects with a specific health and...Read more...
Saint Cuthbert (Feast: March 20)
By Michael McKenna, Director, Office of Liturgy  The common Eider is a large sea-duck found over the northern coasts of Europe, North America...Read more...
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