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Youth seek meaning of life in love of God
A retreat at St Mary’s Cathedral in Hobart earlier this month attracted young people from around Tasmania who were encouraged to seek God...Read more...
Tasmanian sisters celebrate as Dominicans mark 150 years in Australia
Dominican sisters from Tasmania have joined with sisters from around the country in celebrating the 150th anniversary of the Order’s arrival in...Read more...
Rosary rallies to mark centenary of Fatima
The 100th anniversary of the final apparitions at Fatima will be marked by prayer events in Launceston and Hobart on Saturday, October 14. The town...Read more...
Cathedral Parish gift and book stall expands
Tasmanians seeking some spiritual reading or a religious gift have cause to rejoice now that a recent donation has meant that St Mary’s...Read more...
Early struggles of faithful recalled at joyous celebration
A church designed as one of the most perfect specimens of early English architecture in Tasmania marked its 160th anniversary in September. The early...Read more...
“There has never been a better time to be a Christian”: Pastor Campbell Markham
A pastor from Tasmania currently involved in an anti-discrimination complaint due to what he has written regarding marriage told those gathered at...Read more...
Acolytes Step Up to Serve Parish
Three acolytes at the Bellerive-Lindisfarne Parish are proving that it’s never too late to get involved with a new parish ministry. Acolytes...Read more...
Fr Samuel and Catia Fancsali recalled to Romania to serve growing Church
The parish of South Hobart will farewell Fr Samuel Fancsali and his wife Catia this weekend as the couple returns permanently to Romania. A married...Read more...
Archdiocese welcomes new priest
St Mary’s Cathedral in Hobart was filled on Friday, September 15, as people from around Tasmania and overseas gathered to witness the...Read more...
Does Pope Francis support same-sex marriage? No, according to Archbishop Fisher
In light of apparent confusion over how Catholics should vote on the upcoming postal vote on changing the Marriage Act, Archbishop Anthony Fisher,...Read more...
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